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Convair

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  1. Nice effect of metal sheets. I want to try it on a next model of mine.
  2. I can't resist a B-24. I always give my regards. Nice model!
  3. Congratulations. A very well done model. The internal structures (particularly the bomb-bay) are difficult to fit, the fuselage halves don't close without effort, the gaps between wings and fuselage are huge, and the canopies fit "more or less" (I built one of these Roden He-111s once...). Epic.
  4. Very nice model, I remembered the other "Starize". Congratulations!
  5. Very nice model, but I think you forgot to paint the bare resin nose (just kidding ).
  6. Hi Nicolas, the website https://www.vintage-airfix.com/instructions.php allows you to download several old Airfix instruction sheets in PDF format. The instructions for the B-25 are in the letter "B", just click on "B-25 Mitchell".
  7. Very nice and psychedelic. I felt in the 60s.
  8. Very well built and painted model. And what an evil face!
  9. Hey, the Russian Martin Mariner. It's a nice Be-6 model, congratulations!
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