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ejboyd5

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  1. Censorship seems to be a big thing in China at present, think Covid-19.
  2. Don't apply any further weathering. It looks fine just the way it is. If it makes you feel better, imagine that it went through a severe rain storm that washed away the dirt and mud.
  3. Thanks all. Would it have been the addition of certain less than aerodynamic fittings to the airframe that required plates for fine adjustments or were they more common than that?
  4. In photo 4 (left rear quarter view), I note what appears to be flat plates on the rear of the rudder. I don't remember having seen this feature before and considering the excellent quality of the build I doubt that this is an error. Did all the bumps and protrusions added to this special edition of the Meteor require additional trimming not needed on other versions? Could some one comment on these plates?
  5. If you haven't yet, search "Hellcat Drones." More pictures than you will ever need.
  6. ejboyd5

    Grumping into the 20s

    Is this a normal wait time for surgery in England?
  7. Here's a link to an image I found on the net showing a 1/4 view of a Mk. 5 with a torpedo in the taxi position:
  8. Why criticize the choice of Mk. In a very fine build?
  9. In the "84" era Republic was very big on red circles, squares and rectangles. Discordant, but accurate. Good job.
  10. It would be nice to see some markings for those who like the GSB aircraft.
  11. As much as I dislike one-sided criticism of a new release before it is viewed "in the flesh," I must agree that the cowling shape is unlike any I have ever seen on a 1:1 aircraft. For what this kit will undoubtedly cost it should be correct without the need for aftermarket parts. Perhaps it is not too late for the manufacturer to make amends.
  12. The nicest joining of canopies to fuselage that I've seen. Good work.
  13. Corogard on upper wing root was unit identification marking. Also seen on some Panthers and Cougars flown by the Blue Angles.
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