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  1. Excellent effort Stu, how did you find the stencils on the Mustang? must admit I needed a stiff drink when attempting them.
  2. You certainly ain't hanging about Stu, looking good.
  3. It's a nice kit, only issues I have found are the wheel struts which are a bit bendy so be careful with those, also good luck with control stick as it's almost impossible to get off without snapping. Mine has current had a couple of coats of clear prior to decals. It's been a very nice model to put together. i will pull up a pew and watch on if you don't mind.
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    Gloster Javelin 1/48

    That is one stunning lookin bird, mucho kudos Chris
  5. As a newbie myself and probably have this kit, I am pulling up a chair if you don't mind
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    1/72 Hasegawa Lightning F6 - 74Sqn

    that's not that bad a finish, the bird is looking fine to me, please crack on as I need pointers for mine
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    SMER 1/72 Curtiss SC-1 Seahawk

    Interesting model as I have been looking SMER stuff on eBay but was unsure of quality, however I will pull up a pew for the dogs as much as the build, as an absolute softy with all animals with dogs being top I can't abide mistreatment and you efforts are uplifting, keep up the good work with both canine and model I will be more than happy to see both come to a happy conclusion.
  8. Mind if I sit in on this? A front row pew would be nice, and good luck I am sure it will be a corker
  9. Hmmm I have asked Santa for this kit and after following some of the trials and tribulations of your build and I must add brilliant work I am now officially bricking it and maybe secretly hoping hasn't got enough space for it on the sled.
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    Greetings from Tamworth

    Welcome Resin, I have the Tamiya King George in 1/350 in my stash after buying on a whim a few years ago and its a beast hope you have a big shelf if not best brush up on the DIY as the wife wont be impressed.
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    Greetings from Manchester

    Hi CB, Thanks for the welcome, I came across a stash of airfix starter kits in Home Bargains priced at £2.99 each so cleaned them out So busy attempting to hone what feeble skills I have on a Curtis Tomahawk in 72 and a Fw 190 in the same, I think both are new moulds but with a few minor fit issues, I have some other goodies to go at once I think I am not going to ruin them. Btw if anyone wants a starter kit at keen prices drop me a line as it seems I have overdone it on clearing the shelves
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    Greetings from Manchester

    Cheers Steve, my main pastime is road cycling which is one of the most expensive things you can get involved in at a decent level bike and kit wise, I was hoping modelling would be be a little kinder on the wallet but the growing stash and peripherals is proving that was indeed a naive thought
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    1/72 Hasegawa Lightning F6 - 74Sqn

    I am a newbie to the site but would love to sit in on this one, I have the kit in my rapidly growing stash with added goodies of some PE and resin seats so some handy tips will go down a storm
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    Greetings from Manchester

    Hi there, long time lurker, probably like a good few on here just stumbling back into moddeling after the usual work, family stuff took up the last 30 odd years! I have a few pastimes so work will probably not be prolific I will mainly be dabbling in 1/72 in most eras. Have to say I have inspired from the stuff I see in the WIP thread however a little nervous of posting my probably mostly botched efforts but I am sure you will be gentle. Disco