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aidy

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  1. 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.
  2. 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.
  3. 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.
  4. 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.
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    1/72 DH Hornet F3

    Best of luck, Tom. Built this before and I remember what a bear it was to finish.
  6. Very nice Liberator, Tony. I'd like to build a mk.VI myself someday.
  7. 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.
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    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.
  9. That's a beautiful finish, Kris. Excellent!
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    Spitfire Mk.VIII

    I'd be quite happy with the weekend kits as I'm just not a fan of anything PE. If I had a stack of decals I'd even buy their overtree kits. Anyway, looking forward to your next progress.
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    Spitfire Mk.VIII

    Very nice work, John. I've been planning to get one of these myself, looks like a nice kit even without all the PE.
  12. Very neat work, excellent!
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    RAAF F/A-18F+ in 1/48

    I've checked the kit and yes, there is a different rear instrument panel. I think the RAAF F+ also lack the wing fence and uses the regular E/F leading edge flaps. Still a couple builds to wrap up before I can get things started on the Hasegawa Growler, though.
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    RAAF F/A-18F+ in 1/48

    Hi all, Ok, so I've got a 1/48 Hasegawa Growler and a copy of Ronin's Op Okra Super Hornet decals. From what I've gathered, the RAAF F/A-18F+ is really like an 18G without the electronics fitted. So, would it be correct to build one using Hasegawa's F/A-18G as per instructions and then use the RAAF decals on it? Any advice is much appreciated.
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    Mirage IIIO

    That's a smart looking Mirage and very neat work all round. Well done. This kit has been a bit of a struggle for me, but seeing your Mirage has inspired me to revisit mine on the shelf of doom.
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