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Fat Squid

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  1. Thanks for the advice Chris. I don’t have a computer.Just an iPhone and iPad. I’ve been advised to use flikr. No doubt I will get it wrong a few times. Just need to practice
  2. I live in Eastwood!. Sandhill Road to be precise.It’s a small world!
  3. I live in Eastwood!. Sandhill Road to be precise.It’s a small world!
  4. Thanks John. And do you mean ‘Sarfender?’
  5. Well I haven’t even worked out how to post pictures yet. I’m not a computer expert and this has put me off big time!. A work mate is on Britmodeller. Keeps saying he will show me how to do it. Will have to pester him again.
  6. That’s a great build of an unusual aircraft.
  7. That looks fantastic.Ive got one in the stash along with a metal undercarriage set. Is the kit plastic undercarriage supporting the weight of the model ok?.
  8. I wouldn’t argue with the AP. But I just don’t remember a difference in the grey on the main and outer wings.I distinctly remember buying a Hasegawa kit at the time (1980’s)and only then being aware of the colours.Ive currently got two in my stash to build.So I’m interested to see what others come up with.
  9. I was there from 1982 to 1988.
  10. I worked on them for 12 years.First in ASF at Coningsby,then 4sqdn StAthan. I don’t remember there being a difference in the grays on the inner/outer wings and fuselage either.Like PLC1966 I only became aware of it when I bought a Hasegawa 1/48 kit.
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