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  1. I just finished building a 1/32 Revell Spitfire Mk.I/II for my dad's birthday. I enjoyed it, and I think he liked it, too!
  2. Wouldn’t that add unnecessary weight to the airframe?
  3. If I can't get a decent result, it certainly isn't from lack of help from you! Thanks again, @Vulcanicity! I wonder if the admins could save this as a reference? It certainly is handy and fills in a literal grey area!
  4. Wow, I can't thank you enough! This will certainly make things easier! I really appreciate all of the effort you've gone through.
  5. Does anyone know where I can find a wiring diagram for the Heyford’s rigging? I bought the old profile of the Heyford (Number 182) but the photos are fairly grainy, and I’m not sure where all of the wiring ends up. Thanks!
  6. Well, whatever color you used, it looks great! Nice result!
  7. Did you use AS-22 Dark Earth spray? I really like the quality of their rattle cans!
  8. I’m pretty sure the name Camel Yellow originates with the color of the Lotus Formula One car sponsored by the Camel tobacco brand. Don’t forget, Tamiya has a very nice line of model race cars, and they also sell paint to go with them. https://www.motorsport.com/f1/news/ayrton-senna-and-the-final-f1-wins-for-lotus-871703/871703/
  9. Me too! It reminds me of the Mr. Bean where he knocked out his dentist and filled his own teeth!
  10. Yes, the amount of work he’s put into that is pretty jaw-dropping.
  11. @Nobby Clarke—I think @Phantome used it for his excellent military color section on his World Wars site. Scroll down to the Military Colours and Camouflage section and choose one of the topics: http://www.theworldwars.net/resources/
  12. I wonder, in this case, if they got the names for Deck Tan XF-55 and Deck Brown Linoleum XF-79 mixed up. I would think a Deck Tan and Red mix would be a much closer mix.
  13. I think I originally found it here: http://www.ipmsdayton.com/sites/default/files/Tamiya_Mixes.txt
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