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Julien last won the day on July 13 2013

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  1. NEW

    Sukhoi Su-24 Fencer pics added today. http://www.britmodeller.com/forums/index.php?/topic/235023332-sukhoi-su-24-fencer/ Julien
  2. Sukjoi Su-24 Fencer. Pics taken at The Ukraine State Aviation Museum Zhulyany, Kiev. Pics thanks to Dave Haskell.
  3. We already have the four word story.
  4. John I have removed it as it is not suitable for the forum, I will also be having a word. As a draughtsman I can can see those drawings are the same, Julien ps Good to see you back, are you ok now?
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    M18 Hellcat pics added today. http://www.britmodeller.com/forums/index.php?/topic/235023270-m18-hellcat-76-mm-gun-motor-carriage-m18/ Julien
  6. The M18 Hellcat or officially the 76mm Gun Motor Carriage M18. Pics thanks to Dave Haskell.
  7. It looks like a couple of lowlifes broke into East Midlands Aero Park 25th June and did £5000 worth of damage to the museum shop and hanger. Now the guys up there run a good museum and were very helpful to me when I went up there to shoot some walkaround pictures. They are crowdfunding to get the money to repair everything; https://www.justgiving.com/crowdfunding/eastmidlands-aeropark?utm_source=facebook Julien
  8. Box art up from Takom Cracking box art, especially the Grant.
  9. Slybirds A Photographic Odyssey of the 353rd Fighter Group During the Second World War Fighting High Publishing - Via Casemate UK With their black and yellow chequered markings the 353rd Fighter Group was one of the Eighth's more colourful groups. They were assigned to the Eighth Air Force on 7 June 1943. The group flew P-47 Thunderbolts, and from October 1944, P-51 Mustangs; as escorts for bombing missions across occupied Europe, and to strafe targets on the ground. Tactical missions included strafing and dive-bombing targets during the Allied invasion of Normandy, and also during the airborne assault of Holland. For these latter missions, between 17 and 23 September 1944, the Group was awarded a Distinguished Unit Citation .They were based first at Goxhill, then Metfield and finally Raydon. The group consisted of; 350th Fighter Squadron 351st Fighter Squadron 352nd Fighter Squadron Headquarters (353rd Fighter Group) 2125th Engineer Fire Fighting Platoon The book features over 450 photographs, many unpublished, and some in colour. It features not only the Aircraft, pilots and ground crew, but how they lived, spent their free time, and even pets they had. The book shows aerial victories, aces, and those pilots who were shot down. There is a list of POWs and a roll of honour for those who paid the ultimate sacrifice. The book has been written by renowned Eighth Air Force Historian Graham Cross and is A4 Landscape in format with a quality printed feel. . Conclusion. The book gives a comprehensive look at the 353rd Group, and a unique look at the men and machines which made up this formidable fighting force, Highly recommended Review sample courtesy of
  10. now it takes 6 weeks and £780,000 to clean up after all those save the environment types! https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/3883718/glastonbury-2017-clean-up-pictures-rubbish-after-festival/
  11. Git !!! at half the prices I paid for one the other week, still sealed as well Today picked up the new Airfix Swordfish, a sheet of P-51 Decals and a couple of bases.
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    FV432 fitted with a Peak Engineering turret pics added today. http://www.britmodeller.com/forums/index.php?/topic/235023181-gkn-sankey-fv432-armoured-personnel-carrier-peak-engineering-turret/ Julien
  13. FV432 fitted with a Peak Engineering turret with the L37A1 variant of the 7.62mm GPMG, replacing the roof hatch. Pics thanks to Dave Haskell.
  14. ICM

    ICM kits now come in a fully closing cardbox with a hinged lid, a flimsy outer covering goes on top of this. The new boxes are really sturdy. As said with kits, boxes, decals, instructions they are well ahead of where they were. Julien