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  1. Mike, thanks for your prompt reply, you have made my day pal, cheers Dauntless
  2. Can anyone point me in the direction of the instruction sheet from the old Monogram 1/4 scale Helldiver kit? I have just acquired one off ebay and it has turned up with no instructions, the seller hasn't replied to my enquiry so I am appealing to you guys in case you can help. Thanks in advance Dauntless
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    Tbolt I feel a right chump! I couldn't find it when I googled it, note to self, must try harder, again many thanks. Dauntless
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    An old chestnut this, I am in the throes of assembling an old Accurate Miniatures Avenger and I would like to know how the hell the turret fits inside the fuselage. Years ago there was a link to some instructions on the Accurate Miniatures Website but that has well gone now. Just asking as I don't fancy a cock up at this late stage, thanks in advance lads. Dauntless
  5. Thanks for the replies, I have a lot to learn, this warship lark is confusing at first but I am slowly getting my head around it, I will check out Sovereign Colour Schemes and Lifecolour paints asap. I have liked your FB page Mike. Cheers
  6. Having been an a rookie aviation modeller I am about to start a Tamiya 1/700 waterline King George V. I am after some guidance on the hull colours (none camouflage)version and wooden deck colours from mainstream paint manufacturers, I use Humbrol, Tamiya, Vallejo and Revell acryllics, a point in the right direction from my learned peers would be gratefully received. As this is my first warship kit since childhood I am using this project as a learning curve. Regards Dauntless
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