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Teuchter

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  1. Wasn't someone using Marmite as a washable masking fluid?
  2. Saturday morning (forgot to post!) Bright yellow Tiger Moth with RAF roundels, northeastwards from Tollerton Airfield
  3. That's a lot of masking pieces - as you are clearly the Mayan god of soldering, would it not be easier to build the cage and slip it over the turret? Don
  4. Hope you are pain free now and a Legend indeed! Well, a hip is a leg end isn't it? Don
  5. Walk? but you are in America, will they let you? Have a good time, now you know the family is fine Don
  6. Re Hurricane, I had thought it was something to do with an Italian film involving a captured Hurricane, but now I see it's a fairly random mixture of aircraft. Hercules and Skyhawk with the Betty? Don
  7. Glad to know, I guess there will be beer to dull the pain of physio? Best wishes for full recovery Don
  8. Hi, CC, hope you are on the mend and getting the nurses to hoover up the sanding dust. Are you allowed a nice beer afterwards? I am looking forward to the next instalment. Don
  9. No one else notice that the princess is smuggling Cumberland sausages....? Good work on the intakes, btw Don
  10. The erk isn't RAF - his cap isn't sitting on his ear, held on by brylcream....
  11. I wondered what Humphrey and Katherine were doing in this forum... now a WWF wrestler called Vixen? Squeezing in at the back with a beer to watch this epic... Don
  12. Roger, he was in ZA-D of 10 Sqdn., baled out, 10 August 1944 with two broken arms, hidden by locals till the army got to that bit of France. I never knew this till after he died, he never mentioned it to me and my wife was told never to ask him when she was growing up. Don
  13. Hi, I'll follow, if I may. My late father-in-law was flight engineer on Halifaxes and shot down over France. Unless Airfix get a new one out, this will be the only way to build his plane. Don
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