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AliGauld

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  1. Not sure about that. I seem to putting up some credible opposition at the moment. Cheers, Alistair
  2. Thanks very much. That thought did occur to me but only after I'd popped the seam, so I gave it a go. Cheers, Alistair
  3. Now that is such a cool idea. Looking forward to it. I feel your pain. I know what dragging yourself up for an early shift is like. Cheers, Alistair
  4. aye, I can be a bit of a jammy so and so on occasions. Think Michael Palin in Life of Brian. The scene in the cell as what a correct response should be. Cheers, Alistair
  5. Looking good, So are the Sea Gladiators going to be FAA or Malta jobbies or a mix. Cheers, Alistair
  6. I'm going to have to watch one of them tonight if I can find the Box Set. I think it's in the case behind the couch but we'll see. Cheers, Alistair
  7. The Sellers Films (There weren't any others really) are some of my favourite films of all time. "Shot in the Dark" is my favourite of all of them but I'm usually hurting by the end of watching any of them. Cheers, Alistair
  8. Thanks Mark, I'll tell you what I'm not going near any supposed hoteliers dogs at the moment. Cheers, Alistair
  9. Quite definitely. I was all pleased with myself and it was only when checking in the cockpit for things needing done before I got the canopy on in preparation for some paint that I spotted it was missing. Not one of my better moments. I may have used some less than professional language at that point. Cheers, Alistair
  10. Nope wings had already been glued on but I got it in there without too much aggro and there will be minimal clean up based on what I can see. Cheers, Alistair
  11. As mentioned above I managed to close the fuselage up without the IP in position. The join was still pretty fresh so I hit it with some TET and cracked the seam open. The IP was fitted into it's position and then more TET to re-join the seam and then clamped to make sure I got a good join. All this was made more difficult as I'd glued the wings on as well. The glue has caused a wee molten ridge above the join which is going to make it easier to clean up. Some intakey bits fitted underneath and the canopy was masked. Still to de done. Pick out the belt buckles in a metal colour and fix the red overpaint on the control column. Thanks for looking Cheers, Alistair
  12. Thanks Mark, Not sure about finishing quickly though. Guess which resident incompetent closed up the fuselage and had not put the IP in. Sometimes I think I do things subconsciously to make my own existence more difficult but I realise that it's more likely that I'm just an idiot. Cheers, Alistair
  13. Thanks so much. Thanks very much. I have to be fair to the kit and say it went together really well. As for the undercarriage I think I had stared at the instructions for days but when I put the bits together it all kind of fell into place. Cheers, Alistair
  14. Thanks and yes you are right. I noticed that I'd used the wrong top piece after everything had been glued to the fuselage and decided to just ignore it as the alternative was too much to contemplate. Cheers, Alistair
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