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  1. Hello, i have a Wallace and Gromit motorbike and Sidecar I'm about to start building. I've read that the plastic is hard to glue. Does anyone have any suggestions/advice/recommendations of a suitable glue to use. Also any suggestions for vallejo, gunze or tamiya shade of red to use? Thanks in advance
  2. Hi, I've been offered a sparmax Dh-125 by afriend and wondered if you can fit a smaller nozzle from the sparmax range to it as it comes with a 0.5mm.
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    Hello from cheshire

    Hello, I joined recently as I'm getting back into building models, it beats watching the TV. Currently got a 1/32 e type on the go using some of the tips form Roy matt Blacks lightwieght conversion thread eslewhere. In recent years I've built a 1/24 airfix imprezza fro my eldest son, red arrows gnat for my second son and the red baron and an Armourfast sherman firefly with my 3rd son. I have an anti pestovan , wallace and gromit motorbike and airplane and shaun the sheep tractor to do along with the shaun the sheep landrover in the post. They will keep me busy and I have been banned from buying anymore until they are done, I'm wondering which to do first. I'm looking into getting an airbrush and compressor to help with painting them, I've used rattle cans for the subaru and the jag, not a great fan of them, they throw loads of paint at high pressure with mixed results. ttfn John