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franky boy

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About franky boy

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  • Birthday 08/05/1977

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    Danbury, Essex
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    Cricket, models and our 2 children, not in that order!

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  1. Nice work so far. Will pull up a chair and follow this one. James
  2. Nice work on what I think is a tricky kit. Thanks for sharing James
  3. Hello chaps Thanks for all the kind comments. Glad you like her. Thanks again James
  4. Nice work so far Julian I hadn’t realised what a big aircraft this is/was until seeing it next to your Hunter above. James
  5. Great work. What did you use for the high speed silver finish? James
  6. Great spot Deffinately a P-38. I hope it’s in 1/48 scale. James
  7. Nice work Rich I recon that paint job needed some serious masking! James
  8. Hi everyone I finished this one earlier in the week for the just finished 50's Nato v Warsaw pact GB. It's the recent Airfix Meteor FR-9 in 1/48 scale built straight out of the box with the exception some Brassin wheels. A very nice kit and typical of modern Airfix. Some of you may notice the blob of blue tac under the nose wheel as I didn't add enough weight as the only place to do this is behind the cockpit. You live and learn? Finished with Sovereign Hobby paints and in the colours of an aircraft from 2 squadron based at Gutersloh in 1953 using the kits decals. Thanks for looking. Questions and comments welcome as always. James
  9. Top work there Gazza These ICM !/48 bombers look to be slowly replacing the older but still very nice Monogram kits. James
  10. Hi everyone Thanks for the kind comments. As it's a nice sunny afternoon here i managed to get some outside shots to replace those earlier terrible half dark ones. Thanks again for looking. James
  11. Hi all I'm calling this one done a day late! The only extras in the end were a set of Brassin wheels. Also the eagle eyed among you may spot a blob of blue tac under the nose wheel. It's a b****y tail sitter! Oh well you live and learn. A nice kit and an enjoyable build which I think builds up into an impressive model.. Thanks to everyone for their input. James
  12. Airfix Gloster Meteor FR-9 in 1/48 scale Paints - Sovereign Hobby Extras - Eduard Brassin wheels Finished as an aircraft from 2 squadron based at Gutersloh, West Germany in May 1953 Thanks for looking James
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