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About JamesP

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  1. The problem might be getting hold of one in the UK. Hannants have still to get the S.5 in stock.
  2. That's a Duesy of a build! Come on someone had to say it!
  3. I take it things are still up in the air was whether the Airfix Scammells are reboxings or it is just a massive coincidence that both are releasing the same two variants?
  4. It's new to me , I was aware of the Lightnings. Also there is a BAC221 ! https://www.144th.co.uk/product/british-aircraft-corporation-221-bac221/
  5. A test will be whether they get the bottom of the windscreen correct which has been a bone of contention for almost all kits of this aircraft. There was a very long thread on here about it a few years ago as part of someones scratchbuild. Definitely can't have too many hornets though!
  6. ARMA seemed to have done a job on those photos, they are terribly pixelated. Scaled then down and then scaled them up before putting there watermark on them.
  7. Is there room in the world for two Tu-12 kits one wonders?
  8. Fantastic and in the right scale. now bring on the S.4!
  9. Did you find the wing to fuselage alignment square? It was a tad out in my build and a "fortunate" drop allowed by to reset it.
  10. ...opens tin of Humbrol Brunswick Green...
  11. Photo for the tail braces. These are visible in pictures of the 1922 Sea Lion II but are more clearly shown on this later variant.
  12. That’ll be me . Sorry I thought I linked my build in your previous Karaya adventure. A couple of the photos you’ve dug up are unknown to me. The one showing the under tail G’s also gives some indication that the tub the engine sits in is not far off if not wholly correct. I’d not found a single photo that showed it during my build. what I did add was the additional support the goes vertically from the fuselage tail to the tail rudder and the central support to the engine.
  13. Ay Karumba! The engine is a mass of pipe work, spectacular
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