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  2. Very smart RN Phantom - well done!
  3. Col.

    Tim's Fiat G-91R

    That was quick!
  4. N.B: - removing the felt was not easy, as it was powerfully glued. I used an anti-adhesive (Gifrer). - I will take advantage of this removing to try to get a smoother carpet, maybe by using an iron before applying the felt. Indeed, the method suggested by Daniel to use a beard trimmer didn't work.
  5. ScanmanDan

    Airfix 1/48 Bedford MWD.

    Great looking little truck. It's a wonderfull kit to get back into the hobby. I hope you have fun building it and look forward to seeing your progress. Beware of these 1/48 scale kits though, like peanuts it's hard to stop at just one. You gotta try out the new Churchill, it's a cracking kit.
  6. Hi. Some more thing on my Lansen has been glued in place. The nose gear is in place. 075 by Bosse Persson, on Flickr As well as the main landing gears. 076 by Bosse Persson, on Flickr And she can stand on her own legs. 077 by Bosse Persson, on Flickr On with the wheel covers. 0708 by Bosse Persson, on Flickr 079 by Bosse Persson, on Flickr And the dropped flaps. 080 by Bosse Persson, on Flickr 081 by Bosse Persson, on Flickr And finally, the RB04's has got their guidance antennas. 082 by Bosse Persson, on Flickr And that's where I am at the present. My plan is to get the PE belts on the seats before this evening. To be continued..... /Bosse
  7. paulsbrown

    Harrier GR5

    They look right, I really like that light green belly color. And a great diorama by the way.
  8. It's worth reading the last page of the Rumourmonger thread on this, https://www.britmodeller.com/forums/index.php?/topic/235031978-airfix-148-meteor/&page=15 There is a suggestion that this resin NF.14 conversion kit is based on the Classic Airframes NF.11/13 kit, not sure if that helps with working out the sizes or not. It looks like Aerocraft (were Alicat?) are going to tackle the NF.14 in the future, I think I'm going to wait for that.
  9. bigbadbadge

    Listening to the Solstice

    Interior fittings look fantastic in place Tony. Great work and what a handy gismo for cutting Tube. I am sorry to hear about your hearing issue Tony. Take care and all the best. Chris or Simon (I answer to most things anyway)
  10. That really is outstanding work in every respect. Great job!
  11. paulsbrown

    Airfix AgustaWestund Merlin HC3

    Looks great! Nice to hear it goes together well, I have one in the stash and really want to build it soon. I live near where they build them and see them often. They are impressive when they surprise you at low level and at speed.
  12. Yet here you are in the thread about it, which means we've caught your attention, so there's a chance we'll convert you yet Of course, I'm sure you've some spare 'roo roundels in your decals stash, and there's always What-if modelling...
  13. bmwh548

    Iwata HP-C Plus

    The only PTFE seal Iwatas have is for the "needle packing screw" that separates the paint area from the rest of the airbrush. It's always been like that to my knowledge. The rest are made from a special rubber. As far as I know H&S are the only ones using PTFE for the nozzle seal and for the air valve plunger seal as standard and for the paint cup seal as an option. Paul @little-cars should be able to solve the mystery.
  14. Lovely work there, especially the camo finish and weathering. That MiG-15 is looking nice too ...!
  15. longshanks

    An Ugly Frog Prince

    Good to see your steady progress . . . Maintaining the standard Kev
  16. I followed your superb WIP with interest (taking copious mental notes for the Skyray in my stash) and the final result is outstanding - well done!!
  17. Vultures1

    BAC Lightning F.6 Trumpeter 1:32

    Lovely work, especially the finish and weathering. Absolutely nothing to apologize for there ...
  18. TheBaron

    Big ideas about a big wing

    Why do I find that sunshade so engaging? A human detail amidst the machinery perhaps.... Sorry to hear about the rib John but glad you're on the mend.
  19. More stunning engineering work. Your attention to the smallest detail is outstanding. Roger
  20. rafalbert

    A Streaker from Republic

    Thank you Dennis, much appreciated! That office looks excellent
  21. Cool! The dimensions stated on the box, however, work out at 72nd scale
  22. Absolutely superb work - bravo!
  23. They preferred the Italieri repack in his box. I agree. But model @Brad it's a reissue of the late 1980's or early 90's. Plastic there is unchanged, but completely different decal options. I have absolutely the same edition of this model, along with the aftermarket decal from Mikroscale ....or Superscale, l don't remember, remember what this USAF A-bomb carry F-84F in decal, as I wish. B.R. Serge
  24. ScanmanDan

    1/48 Tamiya Kettenkrad SdKfz 2 (Finished)

    Softscience - The flora is a mix of home made and commercial products. If you want to know how I made them let me know which ones and I'll do my best to explain. I pushed through and finished this today. I think it came out okay. I sure had fun building it and got to try out a whole lot of new things. Some of them even worked . Thanks for looking in. Dan
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