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Viking

BAC 111-207 British Eagle - 1:144 Airfix

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You know, there must be a virus going round here only affecting computer mice - mine does the very same thing too and especially when I'm on Nick Webbs site (I've actually got an order with him at the moment but he's either very busy printing all our orders or he's missed mine as it's been a few weeks since I placed it, must give him a reminder).

 

Jeff 

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 I remember watching thes take off from Birmingham /Elmdon airport back in the early 80s , the noise was absolutely unreal , a real chest ripping noise I haven't heard since Concorde took off from their about 14 years ago , great model by the way , Birchy UK

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2 hours ago, Viking said:

Ian, I believe Chris is planning to finish his 1-11 in time to celebrate Shergars' next entry at Epsom.:P

 

Oh how I wish I could get past the swear filter just this once.  :tease:

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Beautiful work as usual, love these classic British airliners.

 

gazza l

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Another little beauty John, really cracking build!

 

Keith

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Lovely job, particularly on the nose shape. I loved the look of that 1-11 nose and you've really nailed it.

Made me feel nostalgic enough to just get out some of the old photos. 1-11s, BMA Viscounts, Orion 737s, etc.

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Hi John

Another superb build - keep them coming as they're an inspiration to keep trying harder!

I often travelled on G-ATTP in its later life with Dan Air on the Inverness - Heathrow route.

So you've given me an idea if I can get hold of a 111 and decals.

Great job

Cheers

Tim

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Wonderful build.

And as you said,these old kits are not on par with actual kits but they are still worth building.

Still having my stash full of vintage kits

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