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crobinsonh

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  1. Lovely build and finish as usual. Whats next?
  2. Amazing build and thank you for taking the time to document the build and make it available here for people to see.
  3. This is going to be an epic build - just like your Tamiya F-14A
  4. Wonderful detailing. This will look great when it is finished neither of which would have happened if I had continued with it.
  5. I found these articles very informative and the result was certainly an impressive result from the Airfix Phantom. Admittedly they are for the modeller interested in accuracy. http://hyperscale.com/2019/galleries/f4k72jt_1.htm http://soyuyo.main.jp/f4/f4e-1.html That said having looked at one in the box compared to the Fujimi offering I agree with what everyone else says
  6. Only for a maximum of 1 minute though...
  7. Whilst both models are nicely built and finished and all models are artistic representations of the real thing - IMO the first is weathered in a way that I have never see on a RN Buccaneer.
  8. This is a link to an album of Peter Rolfe a RAF Buccaneer Nav in the 70's. There are 80+ photographs and it is interesting to see the wear and tear on the Buccaneer. Hopefully useful for any of us building a RAF Buccaneer in this time period. http://www.thebuccaneeraviationgroup.com/photos-peter-rolfe.html
  9. I am also a fan of FAA aircraft Scimitar, Sea VIxen, Buccaneer etc. My observation would be that the airframe held up pretty well but you can in some photographs see a difference between the start of a deployment and the end of a deployment. There are some potential obvious wear points but certainly not like today's combat aircraft.
  10. Great build Andy with a top notch finish. Now lets see your 1/24th scale Buccaneer side by side...
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