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Dave Spencer

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  1. Hi Fuad, One thing I forgot to ask you; do you think this kit is worth the money?
  2. Thanks andyh59. That looks workable to me. I have a couple of 215s to tackle as well.
  3. Great Job! How did you modify the tailplane? I have just started a Z2 and don`t want to fork a load of money on the correction which costs almost as much as the kit.
  4. Weathered to perfection. Did you use oils?
  5. Funnily enough, I was due to start my Tamiya Spit, then I read about the Eduard MkI. I will build mine side by side when Eduard release theirs. Great work on the cockpit. I`m looking forward to this build. PS. I have just finished a 20+ years old 1/48 Tamiya MkVb tropical, and that is still a lovely build.
  6. Lovely build and weathering. Did this kit come with resin tail planes as well as the four blade propeller?
  7. I like the look of the MG81Z. What colours did you use?
  8. Lovely diorama. Using the ceiling tile was some good thinking.
  9. I would love know what methods you used to get the straight lines and symmetry. I have this kit but have no idea how I would airbrush the zig zags to the standard you have.
  10. Vac form - nah, not for me. 1930s- nah, not for me. Airliner - nah, not for me. Silver - nah, not for me. All these things aside, this is a truly stunning looking build. And this is the first time I have commented on a build in a while. Well done mate, this is an amazing looking aircraft.
  11. Thanks very much for the help. Holzhamer - yes I have had great fun hacking away the cannon bulges. Hasegawa actually provided resin inserts to fit in to the bulges from the inside of the wing to help with filing them back. Great pic Vonbraun!
  12. Hi, I am currently converting the Hasegawa 1/48 Bf109 E3 to an E1 which involves removal of the 20mm guns and drilling holes further inboard for the 7.92mm. My question is, do I remove the panel lines for the removable 20mm panel at the wing leading edge, too?
  13. I remember meeting Bob Iveson on an E3D coming back from Akrotiri. I never knew his story back then, but he seemed like a nice bloke. I bet he would love one of these for his desk top.
  14. The first stage of the fan may look intact, but the most likely area for failure will be in the turbine area. There appears to be damage to the cowling showing an explosion or failure from inside. Time will tell. I did hear that these were not RR engines either. Can anyone confirm this?
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