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mitchem last won the day on October 17 2018

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    there's nothing 240 grit sandpaper can't fix !

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  1. Another corker off the bench Ian Looking forward to the Tristar mike
  2. ...as if ! Feast for the eyes all round, but then again, that's the standard we've come to expect. Thanks for sharing. mike
  3. Thanks Scott. Did seem a bit odd so I did a Google search on "KKK biplane". Apparently the photo was taken in the USA on 22 March 1918 and the KKK used it to drop leaflets over the countryside. Now I've just got to wait for the knock on the door for typing KKK on my keyboard. mike
  4. Cracking collection of photos Wally although I can't say I fancy flying with the airline on Page 56 (Row 6) - Cabin crew don't look too friendly ! Is there a story behind the photo ? mike
  5. Inspirational stuff Ray. I'm in the middle of a 10R build myself. I just hope it turns out as well as yours. mike
  6. Fantastic work all round, Dave - build, paint, decals, windows and base Beautiful plane in a truly classic scheme ! Thanks for posting. mike
  7. All I can say is that the Photos are long overdue ! Glad to say that I've seen most of these down at the club, so they've brought back fond memories. (The Yak-25 enticed me to come along in the first place, the Connie left me speechless and the Albatross was your entry for the Out-of-Africa comp). Thanks for getting around to posting the pics. mike (I don't suppose you have any pics of "the bridge" or the Beverley ? )
  8. Lovely build and very attractive in BA colours. I really need to build one of these (or perhaps two of them....) mike
  9. Nice build John. Like what you've done with the base too ! mike
  10. In spite of the kit's reputation, you seem to have smacked this one out of the park John. Impressive stuff - thanks for posting. mike
  11. That's rather brilliant, and as Mr Kipling would say - Exceedingly good ! Thanks for persevering. mike
  12. Wow! Brought back happy memories of watching the American Detective series Riptide and their S-58T "The Screaming Mimi" Thanks for posting. mike
  13. You've spoiled us recently with all of your fine builds and your Coronados are no exception. Many thanks for posting. mike
  14. So sorry I never bought any of the Hasegawa Loveliners. There's been many a time when I could have done with a "Quick and Easy" build. Simple scheme on your 727 but well executed. mike
  15. Brought back memories of all of the Lufthansa Airfix 737s that have passed through my hands over the decades.... Unfortunately, very few of them made it through the production line, and those that did, ended up in other schemes. mike
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