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  1. Assemble a kit OOTB? Do some people actually do thatπŸ₯Ί I don't think I've done that since I was buying plastic bag Airfix kits with my weekly pocket money last century.
  2. Definitely must have something like the Bovington 1 to 1 scale sprue πŸ˜›
  3. It appears it should be Lieutenant Commander Curtis. See https://theddaystory.com/ElasticSearch/?si_elastic_detail=PORMG : 1992/275/164/2&highlight_term=
  4. Not dimensions but very good photos at https://hmvf.co.uk/topic/19411-bedford-ql-restoration/page/4/
  5. Isn't that the same figures I posted last month on the parallel thread?
  6. 😦 What! In this day and age I must be able to report you to someone for torturing your tank with clamps. Rubber bands are much more humane πŸ˜‰
  7. I note pre orders for new 1/72 Wasp are being accepted by jadlamracingmodels.com International boxing appears to include RNZAF markings.
  8. As far as publicly known the next Avspecs Mosquito rebuild is for the UK. See https://www.key.aero/article/de-havilland-mosquito-coming-biggin-hill
  9. 1/48th scale Campbell Fordson F armoured tractor progress. Anyone have any thoughts on the colour scheme? Photos of prototype on first page of this thread.
  10. Have these British Northern Ireland figures been advised? https://www.syllysminimodels.nl/en_GB/a-86795689/1-35-the-troubles-british-troops-in-northern-ireland/f-gb01-the-corporal-casual-lean/ They also have Land Rover conversions
  11. 'the train guys in Europe think the O scale is 1/43.5 (what?) but the tracks for that scale are in 1/48'. It's actually worse than that. O scale can be 1/48 in the US, 1:43.5 in Britain and 1/45 in mainland Europe while the track gauge in all of those scales can vary. One of my layouts is 1/48 scale using Peco HOm 12mm gauge track to represent 2ft gauge line used by the Imperial Japanese Navy in WW2. So aircraft, vehicles and boats all available in the same scale. Whats not to like?
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