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Abandoned Project

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  1. I thought that too. The detail, especially for something that is scratchbuilt, is amazing
  2. I wish! What do you mean, "I wish" ? The camera never lies (until Photoshopped).
  3. A flawless build and awesome photography. Just another day at the Moa aircraft factory.
  4. Wow! That is sooo life-like. Your photography and diorama are amazing!
  5. Absolutely fantastic! Genius idea. I thought that the Boeing 747 holds the title of "Queen of the Skies" ?
  6. Any news on your progress? Did you spot that the Bra.Z hot section is the internal part missing in the kit engine? So you would only have to perform surgery if you decide to change the pylons?
  7. Looking good. I trust that it was an issue free build. I must admit, I have a soft spot for painted engines.
  8. Fabulous. Quite sublime. Not one for the rivet counters though. Thoroughly enjoyable. Thank you for sharing.
  9. Or maybe this https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-8429055/amp/RAF-jumbo-jet-gets-paint-job-red-white-blue-Prime-Minister-use-trips-abroad.html Yes, I know, they again show their astute skills in research by calling an Airbus a "jumbo jet". I get the feeling that anything bigger than a Pitts Special (which they would probably call a Spitfire) is a jumbo jet. I think that the Red Arrows inspired scheme looks great. Edit; I was posting simultaneously as Richard E who just beat me to post by a few seconds
  10. Wouldn't it be nice if 1 - Revell would re-release their A330 and 2 - someone would do the decals for ZZ336 Royal Air Force Airbus KC3 Voyager (A330-243MRTT) Which looks like this https://m.planespotters.net/photo/1090012/zz336-royal-air-force-airbus-kc3-voyager-a330-243mrtt
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