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PLC1966

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About PLC1966

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  • Birthday 08/22/1966

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  1. Just to be a tinker, I would find it funny if this was a planned wind-up !!
  2. I would be in for this. Certainly Matchbox, they were everywhere in Colchester.
  3. On PC. No pics for me after 15 minutes.
  4. Maybe it was CCTV to keep a lookout for Phantoms at Six o'clock
  5. Blimey Gorsy, how do you find anything on a desk that tidy ?
  6. That is lovely. Possibly my favourite build of the year on here. Cracking
  7. Going North past Waddo yesterday dinnertime there was a Spitfire finishing a display, then coming South past Waddo two hours later there was a Shadow doing circuits and bumps.
  8. Still think there must be a new Mossie in the pot somewhere, but I suspect that may be in 1/48. For no real reason but that is what I suspect. And an Albert is another that I think will be coming through at one point. Far more likely than Manchester, York, downsizing the Javelin and Sea Vixen (much as I would love to see that), Beaufort…….
  9. 1/72 in order to fit the forthcoming F-35B model....
  10. Fresh Squirrel, , White paint, Black paint, liquidiser.....
  11. 1/72 WW II aircraft nowadays I tend to go for Wheels and Exhausts, do my own straps out of Tape. 1/72 Jets is wheels. 1/48 Will usually do wheels, exhausts, Seat Straps, and if the cockpit is going to be opened an Eduard Instrument Panel.
  12. Oh, I do like that info. Good work Steve.
  13. As for what else Kinetic say about room in the market for only space for x amount of expensive/large kit releases in one period, makes absolute sense. I guess that every release is a gamble for a manufacturer and the bigger and more expensive the release to produce the bigger the gamble. Why would you release it when you think the market has coughed up for its big ticket items for the year ?
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