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Bangor Lad

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About Bangor Lad

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  • Birthday 03/13/1961

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    North Wales
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    RN, USN and bf109s

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  1. Lord, built one of these many, many years ago. Recall it wasn't a particularly pleasurable experience, but after reading this thread, I might just have to see if it's worth a re-match
  2. Great work on a veteran from Airfix. I built one of these many years ago. My father wasn't very impressed at the time. He'd served in the Mediterranean on HMS Valiant during the war and had been on the receiving end of very much unwelcome attention from these aircraft! All said, I thin you've done a great job on this old warbird. I must admit to being tempted to look for one myself as I've always had a soft spot for this tri-motor, even though they tried to sink my dad! Many thanks for sharing. Cheers
  3. Wow! Just superb. One of the best in-flight renditions I have seen. Once again...wow!
  4. Excellent build, Lothar and wonderful finish.
  5. "simple and a delight to build" the Matchbox ethos. Lovely build. Bring back the days of simplicity.
  6. Great job. Very impressed with the finish. I've got three bf109E that have been 'parked' for I don't know how long and are ready to paint. Hopefully seeing your 190s may provide that bit of inspiration. Thanks for posting!
  7. Excellent build and finish. All to easy to go over the top but this is an excellent example of restrained weathering. Lovely!
  8. Lovely. Need to add to the collection I think.
  9. I have one of these. As you say, just the thing to have a practice or experiment on. Looks good. Cheers
  10. A very build nice complemented with a great finish. It certainly doesn't look like a 1/72 sake model. Very inspiring especially as I have some AZ 109s t make a start on. Thanks for posting. Cheers
  11. Nice build. I have a couple I need to get a move on with.
  12. As ever, Michael, simply superb! Cheers
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