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Tony C

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  1. Tony C

    Sea Vixen FAW.2 - Airfix 1/48

    Can only agree with everyone else, brilliant build and finish
  2. Don't think that there will be many better builds during 2019
  3. Tony C

    Short Jokes III - Worst in the Series

    What does Charles Dickens keep in his spice rack? The best of thymes, the worst of thymes!
  4. Sure looks like a show winner to me...
  5. Tony C

    Short Jokes III - Worst in the Series

    Not sure which is worse so I'll give you both a
  6. Tony C

    Harrier T4 1/48

    Liking that a lot sure fire show winner if you ask me!
  7. Tony C

    Tis the season for damage to packaging during transit

    Well, it was said somewhat tongue in cheek although I did witness a City Link driver doing just that!
  8. Tony C

    Tis the season for damage to packaging during transit

    You've forgotten the courier driver, who is duty bound to walk all over his parcels, trying to find the one that he has to deliver to you!
  9. The sort of build I like, left field and scratch built
  10. Tony C

    Short Jokes III - Worst in the Series

    There's a new restaurant just opened locally, called Karma! There's no menu, you just get what you deserve...
  11. Tony C

    Airfix Sea Fury or Trumpeter Sea Fury

    Trumpeter Sea Fury wings and Hobbycraft fuselage is another option (hope I've got that the right way round?), seem to remember that Brett Green built a 'Frankenfury' from the two kits!
  12. Tony C

    Anyone built a 1/72 Ventura Spitfire?

    As others have said, basic, hard plastic, surface detail is good (but may need to be smoothed over prior to paint), mesh and vac canopies and to my mind, accurate! With mine, I choice the easy route and where possible used Aeroclub props and landing gear but this option is longer open so a good spares box or modify Eduard PE to suit or an ability to scratchbuild! I must have built all the Ventura Spitfires with the Seafire 47 being a particular favourite and as lasermonkey wrote 'there's a place for models that require a bit more effort' and would recommend them to all but a very new beginner, a good way to cut one's teeth!
  13. Tony C

    Fallen Madonna with The big boobies

    That's a fake, as the left boobie was cut out of the painting and is currently owned by Helga!
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