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Blue Monday

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    Land of the Shamrock.
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    Helicopters and Props.

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  1. Unicraft could do with consulting this guy on how to produce cleanly-moulded resin kits! What scheme are you going to go with? The blue scheme with white cheatline looks very nice. BM.
  2. I followed the build on this and the result is very nice indeed. BM.
  3. That is a very clean build. It is nice to see a model that hasn't been weathered. BM.
  4. Nice work on the conversion. Always good to out-of-the-ordinary types being built. BM.
  5. Brilliant work. Is that the original tailboom that comes with the kit or is it one you scratch-built? Looks a bit more in-scale than the kit tailboom. Thanks. BM.
  6. I see something that I have in common with you, Moa. Spray painted clothes pegs! Sadly, this is all we have in common when it comes to modelling. BM.
  7. I bought this kit at a model show in October. It is sobering to see what work is required to turn it into a decent replica. Keep up the great work on this. BM.
  8. Paul Parkes in the vendors section of this forum might be able to help with your decal dilemma. Nice work so far on your build. BM.
  9. It appears there are now three different kits of this aircraft available in 1/72 in resin from Air Cast, Rug Rat Resin and Lift Here. Can anyone with knowledge of both the full-size aircraft and these kits be in a position to say which is the best kit overall from the point of view of accuracy? I've read that the Lift Here kit has some shape issues and the RRR kit is superior. Where does the Air Cast kit stand in comparison to the other two? iThanks for any information anyone can offer. BM.
  10. Is this now the third Cessna 310/U-3 kit that has been released in recent times? Are they all different kits? If so, which one is the most accurate? The AIM one apparently is better than the Lift Here kit. Where does this latest one fit into the order of best to worst 310 kit? Lots of questions! Thanks for any answers anyone can offer. BM.
  11. Can't beat a good Harrier, especially the experimental ones. BM.
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