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Slymer666

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  1. Thanks for the great replies and comments! Re Miggers comment, used a bit of artistic licence and this picture as some inspiration. Off to start the next build now. Cheers, Sly
  2. Here are some pics of my latest build, feedback welcome. Cheers, Sly Larger images are available here.
  3. Many thanks, nice to get some great feedback after many months of work. Sly
  4. Here are a couple of recent Tamiya SAS Jeep builds, have added photo etch and custom detailing. Feedback welcome. Sly
  5. Thanks for the feedback. Tony, the Tiger Moth is K2585 - RAF No. 32 Squadron, Central Flying School, Preserved at the Shuttleworth Collection. More information here: http://www.shuttleworth.org/shuttleworth-collection/aircraft-details.asp?ID=34. From research I have done the colour scheme is from the Central Flying School in the 1930s, here is a photo of their aerobatic team of 4 De Havilland Tiger Moth I aircraft rehearsing for an RAF Display at Wittering, 13 June 1932 http://www.rafmuseumphotos.com/tiger-moth-i-aircraft-of-the-central-flying-school/print/1768743.html Here are a few pics of the build: Sly
  6. This is my first post, just finished a Tiger Moth build and would appreciate any feedback. The model is the Revell 1:32 TIger Moth, colour scheme is based on a Tiger Moth at the Shuttlewort Collection. Sly
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