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About Michael51

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  1. AMG Bf 109 B in 1/72

    Absolutely brilliant work! Michael
  2. Very nice work Ced. My goodness, and an attempted 3D printer-enhanced result. This is way beyond me. Michael
  3. Smer 1/72 Hawker Tempest Mk V

    Nice work. What a beast that machine looks. Michael
  4. I think they look great. This building model aeroplanes business does get to one. Keep them coming! Michael
  5. Bf 109 C-1 by AMG 1:48

    What a beauty! Very realistic paint work and weathering. Michael
  6. Martin, A great job on what must be one of the more challenging paint schemes around. Michael
  7. I think it looks great. I imagine that it was not the easiest kit to put together and you have done it proud. Michael
  8. HP Victor K2 1:72nd scale

    What a superb effort. Having tried to build this kit, only to see it crash into a nearby wheelie bin, I am very impressed with the fit and the finish you have achieved. Great work! Michael
  9. 24-hour Arado

    That is a very impressive finish on an unusual subject. Michael
  10. Messerschmitt Bf 110 G-4

    A very fine effort. The exhausts, exhaust stains and the aerial arrays are most impressive. Michael
  11. That is a great piece of work. How you get such a fine finish on 1/144 is beyond me. Michael
  12. Dysoe Leader, Tally Ho.....

    Thanks tc. Michael
  13. A really nice build and conversion of a kit for which I have fond memories. Michael
  14. Dysoe Leader, Tally Ho.....

    What a spectacular result. May I ask exactly what kind of clear rod was used for this effort? Does the rod protrude into the aircraft or is a pin used for that? Again, a spectacular outcome! Michael