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  1. I don’t know whether to join this GB or not ...
  2. Can’t wait for the “discussion” over the Box Art and Diorama Base!
  3. I’ll go into bat at Lucky Number 7 with an RAAF Lincoln from the second tool Airfix kit (that is if I ever get to finish my Frog/Novo/Soviet Python Lincoln first).
  4. Very good. I feel a (plastic) G3 or N3 in 1:600 may be steaming into view from over the horizon if this GB gets a Jersey/Guernsey.
  5. So not a Venn Diagram a TotBI Diagram? Very educational. Now I know where the Isle of Man fits into the scheme of things and why they can still hold the TT in the age of OH&S!
  6. So many choices. If Paper Planes are allowed what about Paper Ships. Can think of a fair few big and British ships that were designed but not built. Sign me up and I’ll think of something.
  7. There is a very nice build of a Twotter over on ACAM : http://airliner-civil-aircraft-modeller.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=13&t=2331
  8. No not directly. Just a Fan following it on TV when it raced out here (as I was only a Teenager at the time) but did have direct contact over the last few years with the person who built it and helped initially test it with John Watson. It made a great change from all the Lolas running around at the time!
  9. Definitely in for this one. Probably resurrect the never started Heller 1:125 Airbus A300B2 to 1:144 Airbus A300 “Project” that I was going to attempt in the Heller GB :
  10. Fantastic work Ray. Really inspiring. Wish I would have made it up to Yorkshire to see the rebuild / replica of the real thing. Now if only I had the time and be in the right location to start one of my Airfix or MPC examples!
  11. How about RAAF Garbutt Ray? Graeme had one of these and the decals to model one at Townsville but sadly never got to do it (it was on his bench though and is now with one of his Grandsons). Be a nice tribute.
  12. Yes the Subject in mind was a seriously - unique if unsuccessful - cool car that met an unfortunate end : https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Brabham_BT43 Brilliant Article even if I say so myself (I wrote it!).
  13. Count me in then. Lots to choose from in 1:24, 1:20, and 1:12. Front runner might even be a mostly scratchbuilt (with some borrowed parts from kits like uprights and wheels and tyres) 1:12 F5000 if I can find the time.
  14. Will be watching this one as have only seen this issue of this kit once.
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