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FalkeEins

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  1. RAF Blue Phantoms

    been collecting pics of the 'blue' RAF Phantoms for a number of years now. All in one place in their own post on my Jet & Prop blog
  2. ..neat interpretation of that finish ..great looking build!
  3. Ju 88 g-6

    looks very nice from here! I'm not sure if you'd agree but could I just point out (nit-picking sorry!) that the cabin roof-top Naxos is possibly black..as per John's cover photo on his fantastic Ju 88 Fighters decal sheet..cheers
  4. Membership numbers

    Hi Mike ..congrats on another milestone! You mentioned those header icons in a previous post. It would be neat if they could be 'clickable' to take one to the specific subject area ...
  5. Airfix Blenheim I from a IF kit

    you have my sympathy. Attach the forward fuselage parts to the rear fuselage parts before joining to the wing assembly. With the fuselage halves together the cockpit just clicks in from the rear before the wings/bomb bay are put together
  6. watching with interest - a French hero ..and Hannants still don't have it in stock
  7. PK409 Dornier Do-18D update 31-10-2017

    Hi Arnold ..interesting looking stash. There's some real 'clunkers' there I guess. But this one looks quite nice. I have an old Frank Marshall build-and-detail article in an ancient copy of Scale Aircraft Modelling if interested
  8. ..author Peter Hall lives just down the road from yourself (Ashford) - maybe he still has copies. If not the Hawkinge museum could still have one on the shelves at the 'regular' price..
  9. it's not is it. 50+ parts in the cockpit is a bit much in 72nd. But the end result is probably worth a bit of cussing. Your's looks great Val!
  10. ..not sure how one goes about doing that ..but it has to be Finucane's machine for me. Just reading De La Popye's memoir (Finucane's wingman) - he describes his terrible sadness as he watched Finucane ditch off Le Touquet after a Rhubarb on 15 July 1942 (IIRC) never to be seen again ..and only 21
  11. both the Aero Legends and the Biggin Hill machines overhead today .. on several occasions
  12. ..not sure whether that makes it a good day or a bad day? On the other hand there was loads of real Spitfire action overhead just to the east of you all day long!
  13. A Pair of Emil's +COMPLETED+!!!

    two Emils came out a treat, love the 'plaque'!
  14. Agreed. And me too. Humbrol 98 is a 'chocolate' brown that would appear to be closer. There are some decent period colour images in Lionel Persyn's book(s), the original huge LeLa Presse volume and the Mushroom title. I don't know if this has come up before but the 'C1' is not a variant, it indicates 'C' for 'chasseur' or fighter
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