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Ruskin Air Services

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About Ruskin Air Services

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  • Birthday 11/26/1967

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    Male
  • Location
    norfolk uk
  • Interests
    Model aircraft and slot car racing

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  1. Excellent build. Heller kits are a bit like a spaghetti western: The good, the bad and the ugly
  2. Quite right Duncan, I remember a polethera of trays on the floor semi lightning shape and the bodge tape covering the gaps in the panels especially between the fuselage and the belly tank!
  3. Great to see another Dakota must get round to posting some of mine on here!
  4. I remember when that came out and replaced the really old tooled stuka that I built in '76-'77!
  5. Got 3 of these, 2 from the original 1979/80 release which are nicely molded and one from 1985/90 release with nasty sink marks! This one's on the bench and being built as squadron leader Ian bazalgette's 'T' Tommy of 635 sqd RAF Downham Market. I also noticed that the mold was damaged when new!
  6. At one point Johnny Red flew a B25 solid nosed straffer and Yakob flew a Catalina
  7. Blimey, I built that kit when it was first released. About 1981
  8. Nice tornado, miss the GR4's over mine when doing circuits at Marham
  9. Brings back fond memories of working for games workshop in the plastic injection factory running a shift and 12 injection molding machines
  10. Built this kit in the 80's in its NOVO incarnation
  11. There's a few period photos of kn645 on Google images in the late 40's early 50's and in colour, especially the colour photo at varanasi airport.
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