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  1. My entry will be Eduard's Weekend Edition 1/48 Mirage IIIC. Won't be starting for a while, as I still have to finish a couple of other ongoing group build entries, a MIG-21R and Mk2 Transit.
  2. Whilst the primer on my Mig-21 dries I thought I would make a start of this, Not many parts and progress was quick. A couple of hours saw the chassis completed. Could resist fitting the bodyshell to see what it would look like.
  3. Filter changed. Primer purchased and airframe primed.
  4. From twitter Ben Dunnell Aviation @ClassicAircraft·10h Thanks all for listening at @Shuttleworth_OW today. We were very happy to be able to confirm that all was well with both Glad and pilot.
  5. Think I have come to a decision on this one. Will either be Martin B-10 (Wright Cyclone) or Servesky P-35 (P&W Twin Wasp). Both are Williams Brothers kits.
  6. Thought did cross my mind, get some figures with stocking masks and a shooter! Contents of box shown below. Kit offers both left-hand & right-hand drive option, although wipers only seem to be for the left-hand drive option. Should be an easy fix though.
  7. Great start with the engines. Will be following with interest as the Flycatcher is one of my favourite aircraft. Discovered it when first reading up about HMS Furious, one of the ships my Grandfather served on. Was the only ship he had a picture of at home.
  8. great work, you are a braver man than me tackling that etch. Got some for a 1/350 ship at that looks daunting enough.
  9. Given we have just come off a long weekend, not a lot of progress to report. Spent a couple of hours masking, prepping for paint, only to discover I was out of primer, doh! Need to wait until I am back at work so I can visit the Halfords near the office to pick up a couple of cans of their Halford Grey Plastic Primer.
  10. A great start. This kit has been on my must build list / loft for a number of years, ever since seeing a built one in Whitby museum when on a family holiday.
  11. Great little model. Just spent a interesting 10 minutes googling around the subject. Any plans to do the 1907 version with 200 aerofoils?
  12. Thanks for kind words. A little more progress to report, a smidge of filler required along the wing joints. Plan is to have it displayed with the cockpit open, so spent a morning masking and painting the canopies. Also assembled the Plus Models ladder. A lot of care was required to remove the parts from the runners without breaking them.
  13. Finally found some time to break out the good camera to take some photos for the gallery.
  14. SNECMA Coléoptère 1/72 Mach 2 WIP can be found here
  15. My entry for this group build is Italeri Ford Transit Mk2. Plan is to build OOB, hoping it should be a quickish build.