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Martian Hale

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Martian Hale last won the day on June 23

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About Martian Hale

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    Barking Mad!
  • Birthday 13/12/1961

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    Poole, Dorset, on the Planet Wibble

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  1. Martian Hale

    MGB658 Scratch built

    Thanks Kev, off to see the Queen Elizabeth! Excited of Mars
  2. Martian Hale

    Albatros CIII 1/48 Erwin Böhme.

    Gorgeous work Louis, your builds are always worth following. Impressed of Mars
  3. Martian Hale

    MGB658 Scratch built

    What chance does that give me? Bewildered of Mars
  4. Its just a scurrilous rumour! Martian
  5. Martian Hale

    MGB658 Scratch built

    The figures look rather good and will greatly enhance your diorama. Impressed of Mars
  6. It really does look a bit special Mike. Martian
  7. Martian Hale

    Danton, Hobby Boss, 1:350

    Funnily enough, Mrs Martian said something very similar about me only the other day! Martian
  8. Martian Hale

    A pair of Airfix Hawks in 1/72

    Hopefully, back to your modelling bench! Demanding of Mars
  9. Martian Hale

    1:72 AZ Model Supermarine Attacker

    My thoughts are with you and your Father Bill. Martian
  10. Well, quite, wibble! Martian
  11. This Alien is C of E! Martian
  12. Well if you will hand me ammunition, it would be rude of me not to fire it! Martian
  13. But which Christmas they are all asking. I know, kettles calling pots black and all that! Mischievous of Mars
  14. Martian Hale

    Tamiya 1/48 Fairey Swordfish Mk.1

    That kit for eight quid? Build the thing! The Big H has decal sheets for the Swordfish so you won't even have to cut stencils. Pre-war, carriers on the China station often put floats on their aircraft when they were moored at Hong Kong or Wei Ha Wei for any length of time so as to be able to continue flying without having to put to sea every time they wished to do so. Martian