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Jeff G

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  1. I've read a lot of similar literature to what you're all saying, but part of me also has a bit of humble opinion on this. From what I've read, part of the reason they originally used the Hercules was the shortage of Merlins. However they only made 300 or so and didn't put enough effort/time to work out the kinks before more Merlins were available. After that, they just didn't care to keep going. If it ain't broke, don't fix it!
  2. Always wondered what this kit was like, I've had my eye on it online. Will be following along with much excitement!
  3. I took a look and about 1/6th of the way down the page, there is a photo of a pilot standing in front of a 287 Tempest. The identifier M is shown on the nose, presumably KZ-M?
  4. Just finished this kit, the upper turret isn't right. It sits too high from the fairing, which also doesn't seem to be quite the right shape. See thread discussing it here:
  5. Excellent job. You're right about the Typhoon looking it's finest with full invasion stripes. I'm also going to be building the Eduard Tempest next, I look forward to seeing your work!
  6. Thanks very much, Chris! Precisely what I was looking for.
  7. Hey all, these pictures seem to be quite well known but are not often modeled. So, does anyone have any information on these specific aircraft pictured? Just interested to know if they had any kills, V-1's or otherwise! Thanks very much, Jeff
  8. This aircraft holds a special place in my heart, one of the first I built as a "serious" model builder......at 13! boy did I have a lot to learn. But it's clear you don't, excellent work!
  9. Well this certainly grabs one's attention! Do you have a WIP on the go? Can't wait to see your work!
  10. Love this Mosquito, and love the scheme you went with. Certainly under represented! I particularly enjoy the black underside with the Ocean Grey.
  11. Wow, hadn't even known half of these kits existed. I'd probably only go as far back as 1935 or 1936, late pre-war. I had originally only intended on WWII but my goodness, some of these cold war aircraft in 32nd scale are gorgeous.
  12. Hey all, after viewing so many impressive kits by you lot, I’ve been inspired. I’m looking into expanding my collection to include 1/32 scale kits of the RAF. What are kits you would recommend? All single and twin engine aircraft welcome! I’d love to hear your thoughts. Jeff
  13. Wow, good call on the anti-slip for the flooring in the back. I can feel the texture of it just by looking at it! Excellent work so far.
  14. Really looking forward to seeing how this turns out. I've had my eye on it for a while, especially after building the Hawk kit and being disappointed. So far it looks like it will be a great build and is in capable hands!
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