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kev67

Airways vacform 1/72 VC10 (BUA)

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It's a fantastic model, I should really use the word masterpiece here ! Great job, you sure are a very talented modeller, Hope you'll keep treating us to more of your fantastic works

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Some of you asked to see both the Gene Hooker Vanguard and Airways VC10 side by side, the photos show the comparable size of the two aircraft which the Vanguard is not that much smaller than its neighbour 

 

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Wonderful !

 

Thank you for posting the comparative photos of the Vanguard next to the VC10.  As you say, the Vanguard was a surprisingly large aircraft.

 

How about a Viscount to complete a trio ?  Go on, you know you want to !

 

Don

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5 minutes ago, aircraftkit said:

Wonderful !

 

Thank you for posting the comparative photos of the Vanguard next to the VC10.  As you say, the Vanguard was a surprisingly large aircraft.

 

How about a Viscount to complete a trio ?  Go on, you know you want to !

 

Don

Hi Don, yes the Viscount is on my list as is the Viking, but probably will have to wait

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Amazing vac form, never known if you didn't say. I still have to practice the panel line streaking like that. I'm glad you parked the Vanguard next to it, I have the Vanguard unbuilt and I know how big it is.

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Very nice. I have memories of her at Gatwick in the '60s.

 

Martin

 

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Awesome models!  Congratulations on such beautiful work! :clap2:

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Amazing job on that Kev, really, really nice work

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On 1/19/2017 at 9:21 PM, Conflats said:

Wow fantastic model, those panel lines are excellent

 

Thanks for the kind words, doing panel lines is not everyones idea of a relaxing hobby

 

On 4/10/2017 at 4:26 AM, busnproplinerfan said:

Amazing vac form, never known if you didn't say. I still have to practice the panel line streaking like that. I'm glad you parked the Vanguard next to it, I have the Vanguard unbuilt and I know how big it is.

 

Cheers, glad you like it, yeap the Vanguard is surprisingly big aircraft for a turbo prop engine

 

On 4/10/2017 at 3:17 PM, RidgeRunner said:

Very nice. I have memories of her at Gatwick in the '60s.

 

Martin

 

 

Cheers Martin would of loved to of seen these when they were flying 

 

12 hours ago, kapam said:

Awesome models!  Congratulations on such beautiful work! :clap2:

 

Thanks

 

6 hours ago, russ c said:

Amazing job on that Kev, really, really nice work

 

Thanks Russ

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7 hours ago, kev67 said:

 

 

Cheers, glad you like it, yeap the Vanguard is surprisingly big aircraft for a turbo prop engine

 

 

To bad they were a little before my time so I never got to see one.

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A lovely model, I especially like the panel lines, not too heavy not too light.Well done, bring on the airliners!

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On 4/27/2017 at 4:12 PM, lindan said:

A lovely model, I especially like the panel lines, not too heavy not too light.Well done, bring on the airliners!

Thanks Lindan

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