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Alan P

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Alan P last won the day on December 28 2021

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    1/32 Fighters

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  1. Only seen PE nozzles in 1/32, produced by Flightpath in the UK. Due to their complex structure, as advised above you're certainly better off with the resin versions in smaller scales.
  2. I mean, look at it. You couldn't fit an overnight bag in there, could you Anyway...is it represented in the BPK model?
  3. Nicely done, cool climbout angle too Excellent clickbait, you made me look
  4. Flawless build and finish, you should be very proud of that result, really well done
  5. What John said, exactly right. Beautifully done James, and a very sharp build.
  6. Superb model, and very unusual subject. Great work
  7. You make a good point Had the Japanese continued to fight, the next available bomb was months away. The delay would have given ample time to reveal and document the wider and longer term effects of the bomb, and might possibly have swayed public opinion against future usage at a critical time in its development. One of the great what-ifs of the postwar period.
  8. These are brilliant Sven, perfect lighting for all that grey!
  9. That's a superb finish. About as close as I've seen anyone get to the authentic look of the aircraft. Very well done
  10. Very cool details and I'm also shocked this is only 72 scale, very well done I have just one concern...2007 is old now? Alan
  11. Beautifully done Tom. All the way through your write up I was gritting my teeth thinking...'yep, I remember that bit...' But full marks for finishing and succeeding where so many others have failed. Alan
  12. Yes I'm going to try it with Gauzy again, that stuff is like magic.
  13. Possibly, but near enough is good enough in this case! Yeah frosty mornings maybe, but sticky mornings probably not so much!
  14. Just to add, I successfully built this when it came out, I don't remember any fit problems with the wings though I made several modifications (including adding the hump). Don't know regarding the Aires additions, but would definitely recommend the rear fuselage brace or take one of the low cost recommendations above. Can't imagine how the thing would survive without some beefing up of the structure. FWIW here's a link to my build here:
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