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gazza l

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  1. Excellent work, beautifully done and photographed... I must get one of these kits! gazza l
  2. Beautiful job Mark, well worth the wait. gazza l
  3. Airfix Vulcan

    Thanks very much. Yes they are the kit intakes, after a lot of filling, sanding and swearing... the jet pipes were added to the kit. gazza l
  4. Stunning work, especially on the weathering, very grubby and realistic. gazza l
  5. Beautiful job, a great looking pair of Viscounts. Very much looking forward to seeing the British Midland airframe. gazza l
  6. Very nicely done, not the easiest kit to make. gazza l
  7. Excellent work, a very impressive model. gazza l
  8. Fantastic work, you've produced a piece of art! gazza l
  9. Beautifully done, excellent weathering... I can't believe it's only 1/72 scale, looks much bigger. gazza l
  10. Tu-95MCM

    Very nicely done, impressive model... one plane I would love to see for real. gazza l
  11. Beautifully done, weathering is spot on, looks like a well used Avenger. gazza l
  12. Valiant prototype

    Looks really nice in overall silver... well done you've done a good job on her. gazza l
  13. Fokker DrI 1:48 Eduard

    A very nice colourful neat little model. gazza l
  14. B-47E Statojet - some like it hot

    Great looking model, very colourful. It must be quite a size in 1/72. gazza l
  15. Airfix Vulcan

    Thanks very much David. The panel lines are reasonably accurate position wise, but they are molded in raised detail which was quite common in early kits... this one dating back from 1983! Thanks Dave. Hopefully the 'lads from Airfix' won't see it then, we don't want them abandoning any plans to re-tool a new one, with nice finely engraved panel lines and NO fit issues. Cheers everyone, gazza l
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