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  1. Very nice to see some more progress on those 767s. I wanted to start on my "Chelsea Rose" soon,but the bench is too crowded with other unfinished,i.e. part started kits...
  2. Thank you very much Diogo. That sounds promising too.Hope to see your Airbus soon on BM
  3. Superb build Dave with a nice choice of livery. An extra because its one of my favourite aircrafts Alex
  4. There are some 100+ Hasegawa kits in my stash,might be a good idea for the near future
  5. Very nice build in an attractive livery. The Revell 777 is the Zvezda moulds. Maybe Revell didnt take good care of the moulds,as its quite common with their airliner kits. New releases are mostly fine,later ones soon suffer from flash,thin plasitc or warped parts.
  6. You are welcome. My kit is probably from 1991 or so,so thats interesting that the recent Vintage Classic reissue is identical.
  7. Here's the instructions and decal of my Heron kit. Sorry,it took a while.I had to find the kit in my stash first...
  8. I have an earlier airfix kit with Jersey decals. I will check whats on the decal sheet and let you know. I will see if I can post some images from the decal and instruction,of thats of any help ?
  9. Thank you very much. The build itself was not that tough,the kit has only about 30 parts with a good fit mostly. The windshield was a bit challenging with its tiny size and small window frames
  10. Thank you very much Dave. Thank you very much. Its only one thats still active,but that proves the durability of the airframe. Similar to the DC-3 and C-46,some are still going strong. Thank you very much. Its a very special design indeed. While building it,I kept asking myself,how on earth it was possible for this thing to fly,those tiny wings compared to that huge fuselage...
  11. Thank you very much Tom. Thank you very much Sergei. Thank you also for the update on the remaining Guppies. Thank you very much
  12. Thank you very much John. Thats true.Sometimes I like to test my skills a bit more and also see what can be done with such old kits. Thank you very much Dave. Yes,thats probably right. But I had this kit in my stash and as Revell stated it as Boeing 720,I thought I should give it a try and turn into something that resembles the Revell " claim" . Its always a timeconsuming task if a 707 or a derivate thereof is on the bench. A lot of research on the subject and one ends up with so many different layouts,this can drive one crazy at times. But as you said...its part of the fun
  13. Thank you very much. The early engines were quite small in diameter Thank you very much. It was quite some work,also because of the less than stellar fit Thank you very much
  14. Thank you very much Thank you very much Andy. I never saw the original but it looks really special. The kit is worth picking up,if found for a reasonable price Thank you very much Wulfman
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