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aidy

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  1. Very neat work on the cockpit, Andrés. I'd be happy if I could make mine look half as good.
  2. There was a good tea tarik spot about 5 minute's walk away, Brian. Anyway, the kit looks awesome. Quite regret not picking one up at scaleART.
  3. Having built one of these before, all I can say is that that's some seriously good work in the canopy. Fantastic model all round.
  4. Kittyhawk only molded the late LERX with the wings, not separately like AFV's 1/48 F-5s. Though both noses are supplied, I guess you'll have to modify or replace the LERX for an early jet. The test shot of the F doesn't show any changes in the LERX.
  5. Didn't know you were working on this! Looks fantastic. Please do enter this in SMM, Brian.
  6. It was in service with the Australian 4th anti-tank regt in WW2 Malaya. Some crews did wear distinctly Australian uniforms so I'll see what I can do. In the meantime, maybe I'll build a Canberra or Lynx for my GB entry.
  7. Hi Giorgio, Would a 2-pounder gun in Australian service count? It's a bit tricky as the guns carry no markings and are painted identical to British ones. It's ok if it doesn't, I've got more than a few other subjects I can join with.
  8. Hi Giorgio, Would a 2-pounder gun in Australian service count? It's a bit tricky as the guns carry no markings and are painted identical to British ones. It's ok if it doesn't, I've got more than a few other subjects I can join with.
  9. The tail has the 'hotdog' antenna molded in place and there isn't any other options included for the fin tip, so you might have to do a bit of work to get the angled tip of the Brazilian navy Skyhawk.
  10. Best of luck, Tom. Built this before and I remember what a bear it was to finish.
  11. I've got no clue about Dragonfly marks and nomenclature, so I'd like to ask how much difference is there between this HR.3 and a Mk.4? There was a crashed Dragonfly in Malaya way back so I'd definitely get one of these if I can build a Singapore-based machine from the Malayan emergency period.
  12. aidy

    RAAF F/A-18F+ in 1/48

    Thanks, Ray. I had been studying Eric Galliers' build on another forum but his wasn't an F+. Still, it makes a good reference for me.
  13. That's a beautiful finish, Kris. Excellent!
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