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Bri48

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  1. Cheers all for commenting and this "proper one" is a beauty....
  2. Hi all, Hellers little Mirage 5, built from the box. (and some of how it used to be)
  3. Just quality as always Russ, somehow you just seem to get the look "spot on"
  4. Thanks Gentlemen. @ David, yes, also it is a very old kit, 38 I believe but still makes up into a decent representation of the Mirage if representation is all you want, which is ok for me. In the meantime i'm working on Hellers version which also is old, and the Airfix Belvedere and Fiat which are Golden Oldies. Thanks again Brian.
  5. Another Sabre camper...how many more, Prestwick must be nearly empty by now! Nice one matey.....BTW, still pondering over that Lanc. Tomorrow.
  6. Thanks all for your comments. Just glancing through the instruction sheet it's c 1976, so not a bad little kit for a 38 year old... Hi Snitok1983, no they are from a railways accessories packet, but I suppose moss could be used... Cheers Brian.
  7. Hi all, Revells old Mirage with Modeldecal set 76.
  8. Your model and display captures the spirit and realism of a bye gone era!
  9. Just a bit of sidetrack. Going through my late fathers photos I came across a group photo taken probably circa late 1941 - early 1942. 2nd front right from prop appears to be CR Caldwell, an Australian ACE Pilot who I think commanded RAF 112 squadron P-40 Kittyhawks. My best guess is that it is a group photo of them accepting New Kittyhawks prior to squadron despatch ie the lack of "Sharkmouth" The model is a Tomahawk which Caldwell flew, 250 Squadron I think prior to commanding 112 squadron.
  10. Love it, and as an aside i'm doing some research into my late fathers RAF career and come across this old photo that might be of interest. I'm trying to identify there history although one looks a bit sad. Excellent York...
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