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Romeo Alpha Yankee

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About Romeo Alpha Yankee

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  1. Nicely done Phil, I have one of these to finish (one day) Where did you source the decals?
  2. Thanks Julian, mine too! though mine was over 40 years ago
  3. Thanks for the nice words chaps. I had restarted mine just before I saw your build @JagRigger and thought I should get it finished. I have another to do as a Coast Guard version (using a conversion set) like @Dermo245 and a Lindberg one as well which I am unsure of the scheme. There were a couple of fixes I did not make that I could try with the next one.
  4. This is a recently completed build of the 1/72 Revell HH-3E I added some parts from a Airfix Sea King to spruce it up and scratch built the FOD deflector using a Fujimi part for reference, I also added some missing parts to the cockpit like collectives and control columns It is finished in markings from a Wolfpak sheet which also included some tips on correcting the kit and adding the missing parts mentioned above. I am not sure the red/orange sections are the correct shade as they changed over time according to the Wolfpak instructions but I am not going back now to change it .
  5. You will find the interior has a lot more detail than the original took Airfix kit too! As I mentioned I have a couple of these and choosing a scheme to build them is is difficult with so many options, have decided on a scheme Steve?
  6. A quick start Tony, I have the MKIII to do as a RAAF machine one day. Most likely 10SQN as well since my son serves there at the moment. Oh and you might want to update the thread titile, I was amazed to see Italeri had released a 1/48 Sunderland!
  7. Cheers Graeme, I am easily bored and chop and change between them. Occasionally I finish one or two when I am in the mood!
  8. Checked my refs and found I had to add some more antennas First primer coat
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