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xw302

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  1. As the owner of ex MoD 110 soft top, I must say I like it a lot, nice job well done. Regards Dave
  2. Haven't posted for a while, but did make these earlier this year, took longer to do the "green screen" than it did to do the MDP on the men. Close up 1. Close up 2. All oob except I moved the commanders gun mount on the WMIK to the correct position on the door mount using some brass rod. Thanks for looking Back to the cursed sea king, may get it finished by Christmas 2014.
  3. Wow what a great picture, could have been my bedroom floor cira mid seventies, except I didnt have a radiator in mine. Thanks for the nostaligic nudge though. Dave
  4. Very,very nice, never enough JP's or Strikemasters,,,,
  5. Not as happy with the fit as I could be as it still over hangs slightly on each side, but the knack is to splay the panel below the front of the canopy and pack it out with evergreen, although there is a max amount you can get away with before it starts to distort.
  6. I'll bang out the Asac7 and then treat myself I think.....should be ready by about 2015 at current build rates. Dave
  7. Heres the final photos of my RN Sea King, I've added some detail to the inside, opened up the port engine cover and opened the crew stair/door access. I would say that Airfix have not addressed the poor fitting canopy on this model, dispite the new boxing its still the same skill testing model from "before time began". And one together with my RAF Sea King from a while back.
  8. And thought trying to knock out two Airfix Seakings in one go was trouble, amazing work. Dave
  9. Thats really nice, well done. Dave
  10. Very cool, looking forwards to when I get to do mine..... Dave
  11. Dermot. I think it looks great, I know what you mean regards the interior, all those hours of getting it right, then you button it up and no one can see your handy work. I think the dirty look is a refreshing change, I dont have the ability/confidence to do weathering, so mine always look production line fresh. I'm building the RN version the HU5, its quit similar but the inside has aslightly different configuration, but I have decided to open up one of the engines and will model that. Regards Dave
  12. Nice to see how you have tackled this one, once I've put my HU5 to bed I'll be cracking on with the Asac7, great work so far. Regards Dave
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