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YK GOH

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  1. Looking at photographs of 20 Sqn Hunters based at RAF Tengah, it seems that those with white serial numbers has aluminium undersurface and those with black serial numbers are with Light Aircraft Grey undersurface. Can that be the guide to identifying whether a RAF Hunter has aluminum or LAG undersurface based on the serial number colour?
  2. Just a note to add that the drawing of the gunpod is wrongly labelled as SUU-23. It is the HIPEG 20mm gunpod used by the USN and US Marines on their A-4 and F-4s and never by the RAF.
  3. This is what I have in my reference of a RN Buccaneer with the tandem bomb carrier. Apologies that I cannot remember where I got this photo from.
  4. Scanned this RAF aircraft from a magazine some time ago for my Buccaneer archive. Perhaps as alluded in your post, it could had been mounted with TERs. There is another photo of a RN aircraft with 2 bombs on the inboard mounted in tandem on an adapter similar to that used on the Jaguar.
  5. Nice weathered look. Like the effect of a replacement nose cone!
  6. Love the Hunter and always on the lookout for builds for reference and inspiration. Beautiful build. Thanks for sharing.
  7. Brings back fond memories. The Airfix kit with the VF-74 markings was the 1st Phantom I built. Hope the aftermarket will produce the VF-74 markings of its first cruise.
  8. Masterpiece of a beautiful aircraft. A great reference for me. Thanks for sharing.
  9. I scanned this some time back as was also keen on arming my 1/48 Saudi Lightnings with SNEB pods. Not sure it is accurate though. Placed the scale bar next to it so that can resize the image to the scale I need. Can't remember which magazine it came from, likely Aircraft Illustrated.
  10. That's a masterpiece! Have one half-built and planning the same scheme. This will be my inspiration.
  11. It's a masterpiece! Like the wing pylons mounted perpendicular with the wing and the droptank fins parallel to the ground...unique to the F-104A/Cs.
  12. Thanks for the excellent review and photos of the sprues. Looks like a great kit that must have. Was hoping that it will include the radome for the weather radar which is quite a challenge to scratch-build. Hopefully it will be considered for future releases or the aftermarket folks will pick it up.
  13. Another Spitfire kit?... am pleased with another choice of an iconic aircraft, while still hoping that the less known types will one day be produced. As technology advances, the quality of moulding improves and with the research, new kits will replace the older releases. With such releases, the hobby continues to refresh itself.
  14. I do the same process as Space Ranger to identify whether the model is a tail sitter and how much nose weight it needs. It is useful information though, to know ahead whether nose weight is needed from those who had already did it. Look forward to advice on whether the following need nose weights. - Kitty Hawk & Italeri 1/48 UH-1H - Academy 1/48 MD500 - Italeri 1/48 OH-58D Kiowa - Monogram 1/48 AH-1S Cobra
  15. If you have not got there yet, the building is a short walking distance from Tai Seng MRT Station.
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