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HL-10 last won the day on February 5 2018

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  1. Great news! Wanted one of these for a long time!
  2. I apply the decals over a gloss coat using Humrol's version of Klear. It was a b**ger about the decal! Didn't spot it until the matt coat went on. I have a spare decal so I will be correcting it.
  3. Trumpeter's 1/32nd scale 109-G2 Tropical. A straight forward kit with no pitfalls. It assembles easily and has lovely surface details. Painted with Tamiya acrylics & Xtracolor enamels. Thanks for looking Angelo
  4. This is my "Lock Down Build" of Eduard's kit of the Emil in 1/32nd scale. A nice little kit, with some fine panel lines and subtle surface detail. Goes together well, with no dramas. Included in the kit were resin wheels, and etched parts, with pre coloured ones for the cockpit (I'm not too sure about the colour of the instrument panel though!) The decals are from Xtradecal and are of a machine of an unknown unit operating on the Channel coast. Painted with Xtracolor enamels. Thanks for looking Angelo
  5. Nicely done! Good to see a different scheme for the Hustler
  6. Superb! The best scheme the Hercules ever wore in RAF service
  7. There is one being planned! I have some Italian figures & vehicles to go with it. Thanks everyone, glad you like my Storch
  8. This is the Hobby Boss (Tristar?) 1/35th scale Fiesler Storch. The only after market details were some seat belts from the Radu Brisnan range. A fairly straight forward kit with no major vices. Done in Italian markings for a change, of an aeroplane based in North Africa. Painted with Xtracolor enamels. Thanks for looking Angelo
  9. Great looking Jug! Enjoyed watching you build it
  10. Thanks everyone for your comments and compliments, greatly appreciated I am planning a diorama featuring the bus, and other vehicles and figures. Glad you all like my model. Cheers, Angelo
  11. Roden's 1:35th scale model. Tamiya figure, cargo from Black Dog & stuff from spares box. Painted with Xtracolor enamels. Thanks for looking, Angelo
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