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Red Dot

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About Red Dot

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  • Birthday 10/08/1963

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    Whetstone, England
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    Any post-war and modern Japanese aircraft

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  1. Nice photo. Where was it taken? Andy
  2. you have been a busy boy! Yet another cracker, Andy
  3. Loving that one Glynn. You have the colours spot on Andy
  4. Some good ones yet again Andy
  5. Well put Jonathan. Finemolds will take their time, and future mould tools will be based on sales to fund them. Remember, they are a very small company, and sales back up the future, not vice versa Andy
  6. I agree with the location, but I doubt if it could handle that size of crowd
  7. you need one of these to help you chose which scheme https://www.scalemodellingnow.com/bookreview-samurai-phantoms-the-mcdonnell-douglas-phantom2-in-japanese-service-vol1-f4ej
  8. Try https://www.4aviation.nl/tours-overview/ Pete. I confess I am one of the tours leaders but even so, they are excellent tours at a reasonable price. I guarantee you will get lots of action as they are run by people who want that too
  9. I must confess to not caring less about Flying Legends. Same old, same old every year, over priced, poor for photography, and as for having to pay extra to walk the flightline, good riddance in my opinion. Only the sound of old engines up close was a benefit for me. I would rather go to smaller more intimate events that offer unusual aircraft. I am of course also lucky enough to be able to afford to travel abroad for my aviation fixes, and they are an eye-opener compared to what we get in the UK. I don't really include the USA in that satatement as their shows are pretty boring and repetitive too. Andy
  10. that has raised lines as it is the Monogram kit Andy
  11. Or cut the kit wing fold, then just cut off the end of the incorrect wing and stick it onto the kit wing upside down. It may well be the same profile with a few minor adjustments. Without seeing the conversion set, i doubt anyone will notice any differences. Andy
  12. Ask CMR if they still exist Andy
  13. Red Dot


    No big surprise
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