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HL-10 last won the day on February 5 2018

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About HL-10

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  • Birthday 06/02/1965

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  1. Thanks everyone, I really like the looks of the Heli jet. Would love to build a bigger version, but there are some complex curves!
  2. Oh my! That has brought back memories! "slassin frassin rassin Dick Dastardly"
  3. Imai's model of the Spectrum Helicopter has been around for some time. It is a fairly accurate representation of the studio model. Every so often one pops up on E-bay for a reasonable price. I was lucky to get one for good fee. The cockpit needed modification to make it look like the original. I removed the raised panel lines and pencilled them in. The toy like rocket launchers built in to the floats were removed, and the soft plastic rotor blades were replaced by modified ones salvaged from the old Airfix Sea King. The kit's self adhesive markings were replaced by water slide decals out of the spares box. Thanks for looking. Angelo
  4. Impressive model! Excellent bit of work.
  5. It's the visor. I used Tamiya's Smoke to paint it. It is supposed to be clear, but I like the look of it like this
  6. Thanks for the comments and compliments. They are greatly appreciated
  7. This is ICM's Mig 25 in 48th scale. Built out of the box except for a pilot figure from Aerobonus. The kit went together with hardly any fuss, especially if you take into account the unusual method of assembly for the fuselage behind the cockpit. It was made up from side, top & bottom panels with the rear side panels including the fins. I used Humbrol enamels for the overall grey and AK paints for the metallic colours. Thanks for looking. Angelo
  8. That is very nice! Great work. It is a monster of a model though
  9. Taking your suggestion on board I modified a commercially available Captain Scarlet figure who just happened to be the same scale as the SPV so I now have a driver This shows the difference between the figures: Thanks for looking
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