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Britman

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About Britman

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  1. Fantastic Moa and yet another obscurity. It reminds me of the Saro Cloud , which of course one could do a civilian..... Keith
  2. Off the top of my head, I think it was about 1929/30. Keith
  3. Nice one. Definitely has that RAF postwar feel, thanks to the Kiwi's. Keith
  4. Revell made a kit many years ago. It was a very nice kit covered in rivets but a good base for a nice model. Although 1/72nd was the scale, I have some suspicion a suggestion that it was just off that comes to mind. To me it wasn't obvious compaired to a Sea King. Keith
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    Revell Beaufighter.

    Just seen at Hobbycraft, Revell's 1/ 48th Beaufighter at £18! Keith
  6. Britman

    Revell 777- 300

    Just come away from Hobbycraft having seen Revell's B773 at £10! Keith
  7. Built one years ago with no problems, thought it a nice kit . Perhaps the molds are tired? Keith
  8. I have a memory of building the FROG 87G some years ago. I recall it being quite good, although the wings seemed a bit skinny outboard in plan,but that could be the passage of time playing tricks! Keith
  9. Yes , ear defenders a must when fire watching a Belfast engine run for an hour! How do I know? That was still whistling in my head twenty four hours later, but I never forgot them again. My dad put his hearing loss down to Vampires and Meteors in the early fifties and I don't doubt it Keith
  10. Not to belittle the Strike Eagle, but I would rather see these batting through the Mach loop. Built one of these years ago as a 6 squadron RAF joby with wrap around camouflage and half a dozen cluster bombs underneath. Nice build of a nice kit. Thank you for sharing it with us. Keith
  11. We desperately need IIID and IIIF in injection form,48th and 72nd. Keith.
  12. Lovely build Paul. I would like to say that if you build vac forms then any Dynovector kit is worth investigating. Keith
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