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  1. MiG-25RBT 48th, box opening

    Hi Gabor Thanks for putting me straight on this point, looks like I've got to brush up on my Mig-25 variants!!! It's interesting that there are very few known camouflaged aircraft. Still looking forward to the rest of your review, it's always a good to get insight from somebody who knows the subject inside out. Cheers Andy p.s. it's raining today in Adelaide!!!
  2. Sikorsky S-61N G-BEWL

    Plywood looks spot on to me & with all that reference material, this should shape up in to 1 cracking build. Merry Christmas.
  3. MiG-25RBT 48th, box opening

    Looking forward to this 1, a camouflaged RBT is on my to do list aswell. Seasons greetings from a sweltering, 39.5 currently, Adelaide to you also (& anyone else reading this as well)
  4. Will be keeping an eye on this build, got a Hasegawa 1/48th AV-8B on my to do list so will be interested in how the kit generally goes together.
  5. Seconded here. Looking forward to more progress.
  6. Sikorsky S-61N G-BEWL

    It looks a bit of a job if this build is anything to go by!!! http://www.arcforums.com/forums/air/index.php?/topic/145116-im-afraid-hes-gone-and-done-something-rather-rashquot/&page=1 Cracking progress.
  7. Sikorsky S-61N G-BEWL

    Also looking forward to seeing how this one goes together.
  8. Special Hobby 1/48 T-2 Buckeye

    Nice subject, looking forward to progress
  9. Liking those flaps & slats.
  10. Wow, that's quite a difference at both ends.
  11. I've got my eye on a 2 seat variant so will tag along with build if you don't mind.
  12. Cracking progress so far, the cockpit looks fantastic.
  13. Keith Personally I feel that the rivets are prominent enough to warrant trying to recreate them with positive rivets, not sure that a line of dents produced by a riveting tool would really do them justice. Have to agree though that it's all a bit bonkers in 72nd, but that's half the fun!!! Andy