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Enzo Matrix

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Enzo Matrix last won the day on December 1 2017

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About Enzo Matrix

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    Format? I have no format. I am a renegade, lost on the Net.
  • Birthday 06/05/1961

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  1. The Royal Air Force Centenary GB

    I was considering a Battle of Britain Spitfire and Hurricane. Not very original I must admit... but I was convinced I could build from The Stash. Turns out that I can't build from The Stash. I was sure there was an Airfix 1/48 Spitfire I and Hurricane I there. But sadly no... How can that be?!?!?! There's almost anything you can think of in The Stash. But not - apparently - an Airfix Spitfire and Hurricane. Okay... there's an Airfix 1/48 Spitfire Vb. But no Spitfire I. So I've had a bit of a re-think. I'm now tending towards a 1/48 Meteor F.8. I know there's on of those in The Stash, 'cos I've nearly put my back out taking the box from the pile. I'm thinking of building it as a F/TT.8 with yellow and black stripes underneath with dayglo stripes on top.
  2. Airfix B-25 C/D 1/72 Released

    I assume it's the usual type. It feels the same as the plastic used in the Grumman F4F and Nakajima B5N kits.
  3. Airfix B-25 C/D 1/72 Released

    I've just tried fitting the fuselage halves and tail together. I can see no problem.
  4. Airfix B-25 C/D 1/72 Released

    My kit arrived yesterday. It's a lovely kit. Although it is billed as a B-25C/D, it has parts for the smooth cowlings and original exhaust arrangement so it can also be built as a B-25B. The destructions recommend 25g of nose ballast which is fitted into the nose undercarriage bay. Don't worry, the gear doors were usually closed when the aircraft was parked so it won't present a problem. What might present a problem is than I'm not sure I can fit 25g of ballast into that space. I might have to put some into the crew tunnel as well. Does anyone know a reliable supplier for neutronium? Or maybe cavorite. There's plenty of room in the rear fuselage...
  5. Hawker (Siddeley) GB Chat

    Hi Patrice, Have you thought about building a Tempest Mk5?
  6. That boxart just makes we want to build it as a dogfight double!
  7. Airfix 2019

    I wish you hadn't said that, 'cos now I want to buy them all!
  8. Airfix 2019

    Looking at the Hannants website today, it is interesting to note that the top three of the ten bestsellers are Airfix kits. Of the remaining seven entries, four are aftermarket sets for the Sea Fury.
  9. Hawker (Siddeley) GB Chat

    That's the spirit!
  10. Hawker (Siddeley) GB Chat

    Of course, you already know my opinion...
  11. Hawker (Siddeley) GB Chat

    Just because others are building one doesn't mean that you shouldn't. But... how about a Sea Fury and something different?
  12. Hawker (Siddeley) GB Chat

    It's like looking in a mirror!!! Four Harriers in one go will be excellent. Two t-birds among them will be even better.
  13. Hawker (Siddeley) GB Chat

    That's what I'm talkin' about!
  14. Hawker (Siddeley) GB Chat

    There is a very tiny short shot flaw on the leading edge of the fin. It is about 2mm by 1mm and is so regular and rectangular that I initially thought it was a ciutout for a transparency. I reckon it will take me about 30 seconds to fix. No second batch??? I hope that's not so. But even if it is, there will be a new boxing released this year. I'm hoping to build Canadian and Australian ones for the Brits Abroad GB.