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  1. I know this is an older thread but where did you see the moulds were made from hardened resin? The parts look like they were taken from metal moulds to me.
  2. I must have got the wrong end of the stick but I was expecting an all plastic kit.
  3. Will the cockpit canopy and fuselage windows be in clear plastic?
  4. is the fuselage and wings plastic or fibreglass? It looks fibreglass in that phpto to me.
  5. How big will it be in 1/350th? I know it's a big aircraft but I should imagine it will still be small in that scale.
  6. I've tried to find more info on it but can't find anything.
  7. To be honest I'm not sure. I found it in one of my boxes and it was also used so it might have been even finer because of that. It's very smooth though.
  8. You're not wrong there. Even that Formula 3000 is a boring fairly modern one. They looked much better in the 70s (along with F1 cars)
  9. Ok I used very, very fine sandpaper inside the canopy and I could see the white frosted look coming off then I finished it with toothpaste.........and it's worked. The cloudiness has gone and it now looks pretty much as it was before the white spirit accident. It has a very, very slight less shiny look at the moment but you can hardly notice that and I reckon I can polish it up more.....so great result. Thanks all for the suggestions!
  10. At last. Great looking plane. Hope they do the cab windows in clear plastic though.
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