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  1. That’s a cracker Dave-very nice indeed. A fitting tribute to this stalwart of the BA fleet. It will be a sad day when these birds are retired leaving just the yawn inducing A320 family serving the euro routes Nick.
  2. Without doubt one of the best Sea Furies I’ve seen on here-stunning!
  3. That’s a lovely build-looks very realistic against the blue sky
  4. That’s an exquisite little 737 you’ve done there-beautifully finished! Still reckon the DACO 73 classics are undoubtedly the best out there. Nick.
  5. Absolutely superb Mike, your attention to detail is phenomenal! Rgds Nick.
  6. 1/48 Revell F-86D

    Wow Fred, that’s a beauty-very tasty!
  7. Italeri Chinook HC.2 ,1/48th

    That’s an excellent build. Really like the colour variations on the panels-you must have the patience of a saint with all that masking!
  8. Thanks for all the positive comments guys-much appreciated. Nick.
  9. Thanks for your comment John-much appreciated. Nick.
  10. This is an absolute superb build. Simply sublime Kev.
  11. What a nightmare Dave, the AA’s don’t come cheap either. I know exactly how you feel as my AZ A300 came perilously close to the wheelie bin !! Better luck with your PAS model. Looking fwd to seeing the finished product. Rgds, Nick.
  12. Thanks for the tip Ian. I have an AA DC10-30 that I want to do in the Air Florida scheme, but keep putting it off due to all the curves in that particular livery, so I reckon your tip will come on very handy once I finally get the bottle to have a crack at it. Next up will be a FLY DC-9. Can’t quite decide whether to do in a Hughes Airwest scheme, or New York Air. What do ya reckon? Rgds, Nick.
  13. Hi Britman, Thanks for the comment. The 3D windows are available on the Authentic Airliners website. They have a extensive range available for most airliners in 1/144, 1/100, & 1/72 scales. Well worth a visit! Nick.
  14. This is the last of my built AA models (hopefully more to come...time permitting?!?). For a change I thought I'd do a cargo version of the once ubiquitous 757. It represents an ex passenger model converted to freighter config for Ethiopian Cargo - hence the window outlines, but lack of passenger doors. The Ethiopian Airlines decals are by F-Dcal, with added Flying Colours corogard and leading edge decals. I also used the excellent Authentic Airliner decals flight deck windows. I made a bit of a hash of applying the corogard, as the leading edge decals appeared oversize,which in turn threw everything out. That'll teach me for being lazy and not painting the leading edges! That was the only faux pas in an otherwise pleasurable little build. On with the pics