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PZRGREN

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About PZRGREN

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    Sheffield Modeller
  • Birthday 12/20/1968

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    Sheffield, UK
  • Interests
    Footy, Rock Music, Historical Re-enactment, RPGs.

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  1. Great work! the paint and decals look outstanding, something that "has" to work for the whole model to come together for cars I think. I am using your thread as inspiration as I tackle a Protar Ferrari F1 88. Regards, Roger.
  2. I just saw that too, wasnt shown earlier! 1/72, so new tool?
  3. I can see why they haven't for a while, but I would like them to re-release, as they have with some armour kits, the 1/12 scale bikes such as RC211V kits and 1/20 scale F1 car kits. Roger.
  4. Hope to see some more of your inspiration builds in the future Nigel, get well soon! Regards, Roger.
  5. I'm look forwards to this build, looks great. These Tamiya Porsche kits seem to be difficult to find other wise I fancy building one. Is that white primer on the upper surfaces? if so which do you use? regards, Roger.
  6. Outstanding, the WIP, the attention to detail and the final build. Beauty of a car. I am still struggling to comprehend the number of rivets and how you did them. Regards, Roger.
  7. An outstanding build and modelling example. Well done!
  8. Their own newsletter/email "The new 1/32 Westland Whirlwind is also due for release sometimes very early in 2021" I hadn't heard of this till nwo, quite exciting IMO. Roger.
  9. Many Thanks for sharing. Outstanding images.
  10. You have out done yourself. I find it hard to believe it is in 1/72 scale! A work of art if there ever was one. regards, Roger.
  11. I'm following with interest. I have the E-2C original boxing, with the same detail sets. I had to chase Kinetic for the wing fold set seperately as it was missing. The radome size is quite impressive.
  12. I've been following Chris Parry's updates on twitter recently, he was a warfare officer who was on the Humphrey that depth charged the Arge sub at SG. Some of the actual photos taken by him and others who took part are also on twitter of the actual helo's. You can see other updates he sent earlier than the ones below with his account of the SAS drop and rescue. Might be of interest for modeling the Humphrey. I'm just trying to source one in 1.48 myself.
  13. I like it, reminds me of those Pertwee days. Great work! One observation...where is Sergeant Benton! regards, Roger.
  14. Superb! I like to see it in its different stages
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