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Kev1n

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  1. Hasagawa's 1/200 scale MD11 - I found this on the net while searching for AA MD11 images for reference...no idea whose kit it is but its the same as mine so it saved me taking a pic
  2. Mellowed? me? Not a chance.... I just couldn't make up my mind so I thought I would go down the democracy route. Just this once.....
  3. Seems pretty universal then - as to a 1/144 scale version, 1/200 wins this time round based on size of finished model plus time available. If I do it in 144 I'll only end up slinging in everything a real ones has.......I am tempted....but no - the idea is to actually finish it and by Novermber the thingamajig.
  4. Alright you convinced me. I'll give it a go, either an American Airlines McDonnell Douglas MD11, in its bright shiny polished-like-a-mirror bare metal finish or a Saudi Arabian Boeing 777, with its desert sand scheme (both Hasagawa 1/200 scale) Which would you prefer? I'm not going to go down the cockpit and open doors plus seats, galley etc road this time, just standard oob, but go ahead and pick one, and we'll see if I can sling it together by November the thingywotsit.....
  5. See the other thread
  6. Your welcome and glad it is of some help - the mold is the existing one from way, way, way back, when the world was in black and white so there are some fit problems. As to losing fuselage detail, thats a given with a kit of this age, but if yor'e up for a challenge, try rescribing; it would be a shame to lose those 5p coins (I could have spent them...)
  7. I did one ages 'n' ages 'n' ages ago, using decals from various sources and well before Airfix re-issued this one. I must acquire one (even tho0ugh its been out for a while now) Good luck with the build!
  8. Hmmm....now there's an idea.....join this. When does it end? Scratch that - Nov 13.....might well give it a go.
  9. All true - they know how to keep me in order and provide regullar supplies. Mind you - I do get my benefits on a cold winter's night; my feet are kept warm
  10. They are - still playful and Handliegh (he's the ginger one) is an inveterate purrer and Paige (his sister) still chirrups away all the time. They both still like laps too - trouble, they're too bleedin' big to fit now, at least not at the same time. And Handliegh is a lump. A big one.
  11. Okay then - by popular request.... from these - To these - my, my, they have got biiger.......
  12. ejboyd5 - sorry to read your news. I have been there, the current pair in residence were preceded by Dallas who was part of the householfd for fifteen years. She is still miised even now
  13. Put up a couple of photo's Kev... I did - when they were lil' kitties; they're just bigger versions of how they were five years ago.....oh, alright then - when it stops raining I'll go take a couple and get back to you. Since you insist.
  14. My pair, Handliegh and Paige are now five years old and are enormous. Those of you with long memories may recall their cute little selves....days long gone