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  1. Orso

    Pre War Hurricanes

    Now I want a prototype Hurricane. Dangerous stuff reading forums. I have a plan for the exhausts https://www.tapatalk.com/groups/hyperscale/holes-instead-of-exhaust-stubs-t479167.html
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    Avis Models Bristol M.1c

    I guess there is only 500 with these decals. There are at least three different boxings out.
  3. As the plane in the museum is a replica with many (large) faults I wouldn't use it as a pattern for a model.
  4. Decals has been made: https://www.airline-hobby-estore.com/SearchResults.asp?Search=hello+kitty&Submit=
  5. I am glad that my Ford didn't have those skis. But I think that you will do a good job on those. Youre off to a good start.
  6. Looking good. Now you have to build the "Eiffel towers" that goes on them.
  7. I'm not sure about that but I can clearly see that they are not driving on the right side though. It is a very nice setting to the plane. I like it very much.
  8. It is standing on the desk in shame together with the Red Baron F├╝nfdecker. I haven't figured out how to add a pilot to it. I found a head that I could use though.
  9. Nice work on the propeller. I am lazy so I'm leaning toward 1/48 scale Fokker D.VII propellers for my build
  10. Same here. Three blacklisted notes and one picture is showing. But when I click on the blacklist link the picture opens.
  11. I have a Fujimi 356 that I am grafting to a Renault 4CV. The Fujimi kit has a complete engine.
  12. Airfix doesn't contain the whole dam, just parts between the towers so it wouldn't show the full 300 meters of the dam. If the 77 meter hole is a third of the Airfix part of the dam it would suggest that it is about 231 meter and the Airfix parts 25 inches which gives 0.635 meter and that would give around 1/362 scale ( I think I got the maths right) https://ncap.org.uk/feature/dambusters-raid
  13. I built a Canadian Lizzie as I liked the yellow scheme on it.
  14. It must have been 50 years ago since I built my first. It was an Airfix DH Heron. A few years ago I found the same kit and built it just for nostalgic reasons.
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