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Modelholic

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  1. Modelholic

    Vosper MTB question

    Thanks Kev
  2. Modelholic

    Vosper MTB question

    Re-posted from the inter war forum On the aft deck there are 6 upright cylinders topped by parts 147-150 and 159, 160. Are these storage tubes for the Vickers GO drum magazines or engine room vents or fuel filler pipes etc.? TIA Tom
  3. Modelholic

    Vosper MTB kit parts ID

    Sorry, wrong forum. Re-posted in WW II
  4. Modelholic

    Vosper MTB kit parts ID

    On the aft deck there are 6 upright cylinders topped by parts 147-150 and 159, 160. Are these storage tubes for the Vickers GO drum magazines or engine room vents? TIA Tom
  5. Modelholic

    British MTB Deck Colour

    Thanks for the info John, So is the boat next to MTB 466 on page 8 of Coastal Craft's 71ft 6in MGB (kit 72008) instructons one of those? http://www.coastalcraftmodelsuk.com/instructions/CC72008-BPBCo-MTB-466-instructions.pdf Tom
  6. Modelholic

    British MTB Deck Colour

    I've just realized that 460 has no TT fitted in the above pic! just the supports.
  7. Modelholic

    1/350 HMS Exeter (1939) - York class cruiser

    I hope the repair work goes smoothly
  8. Modelholic

    1/350 HMS Exeter (1939) - York class cruiser

    Is that plating or some kind of non slip coating? It seems to be where the sea boats are stowed. Tom
  9. The best advice I've ever read was written on the side of a plastic bag!

  10. Modelholic

    Panzerwerfer 42 firing

    Been looking through Google but can find nothing definite to see if firing the rockets would leave exhaust staining to the vehicle. I know the nebelwerfer rockets kicked out a lot of exhaust gasses so i'm wondering? TIA Tom
  11. Looking at your bridge improvements have you considered cutting the top of the bridge door to represent the doors' sides? In your pics it looks solid with the rest of the rear bulkhead (and maybe a tad thick) Tom
  12. Modelholic

    DSRV-1 Mystic

    Just for transportation Scroll down to the crane shot https://www.history.navy.mil/content/history/museums/nmusn/explore/photography/underwater-search-and-recovery-equipment/mystic-dsrv-1.html
  13. Modelholic

    1/350 WAIR Destroyer HMS Wryneck

    I don't think their is one. 4" twin mounts are available from North Star models (don't know if they're the right mark) but there's more involved that just that.
  14. Modelholic

    1/350 HMS Exeter (1939) - York class cruiser

    Geoff, Think more lower wing. It lays alongside the fuselage so a strategically placed 'extra' could be added. I depicted mine in the hangar on QE (currently on hold until i find a way around fat finger syndrome and a total ineptitude in 1/350 etch!)
  15. Modelholic

    1/350 HMS Exeter (1939) - York class cruiser

    The Walrususususus wings folded backwards so cutting them outboard of the ceter section should work. see here: https://www.flying-tigers.co.uk/2016/the-supermarine-walrus-seagull-latest-oxford-diecast-news-and-tomcats/ Just scroll down a bit
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