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Andrew Jones

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About Andrew Jones

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  • Birthday 11/20/1957

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    Model aircraft, Military vehicles, vintage and classic tractors.

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  1. save a cabbage , shoot a vegan
  2. Who's going to be first to model a F35 carrying a Grand Slam ?
  3. Near ASDA's at Merthyr Tydfil , a red C reg MG Maestro , absolutely immaculate. I thought they had all rusted away years ago .
  4. Nicely done , that looks great , its a very nice kit isn't it ,, goes together well with a little care . I've just done one in the same scheme. Andrew
  5. That'll be Dark sea grey / Dark green surely?
  6. We've got two Henrys , one only a couple of years old and one thats about twenty five years old. The older Henry "died" two years ago and was replaced by a new one , I took the broken one apart a while later and discovered a wire had come away from the switch , so now we have two working Henrys. Andrew
  7. Just be aware that although this is a very nice kit , it does contain a couple of errors , the body is that of a Machinery Truck , not a GS type, and the tyres are wrong for a war-time vehicle , having a post war tread. These are probably due to ICM having based the kit on a preserved vehicle , whilst not fatal flaws , they do prevent an accurate GS truck being built from the box .
  8. Saw a really nice Ford Granada MK2 estate yesterday near Brecon ,looked like new, metallic red and towing a rather large caravan . Obviously someones pride and joy .
  9. It's the downwards facing camera port for the Seafire FR 47, but it should only appear on the Seafire , not the Spitfire F24. Presumably Airfix have confused the item in the instructions, since certain parts are common between four versions in the two Airfix kits, the F22 and F24 should only have the downward identification lights under the belly, ie. the three small red/amber/green in a row.
  10. The left hand crane is based on a short wheelbase Thorneycroft Amazon, same vehicle appears in the Airfix recovery set . The right hand crane is based on the chassis of the AEC Militant Mk1,10 ton 6x6. Andrew
  11. If using the Eduard Mk IXc wing you will also have to consider that as the Mk XIV used a MkVIII wing , then the aelirons will need modifying, or just use an Eduard Mk VIII wing
  12. I believe the camera port covers were simple discs that were released by a Bowden cable from the cockpit , and simply fell out .
  13. No Seafire F XVII's in Korean war , you will want a Seafire F47 for that conflict.
  14. Bear in mind for an early war scene , the David Brown VIG1 was not introduced until 1941.
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