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gazza l

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  1. Very impressive work, I do love a Herk in grey/green camo. gazza l
  2. Great looking Shack, very nicely weathered... looks like she's had a hard life. I made exactly the same mistake on my build as you, painting the props red and white when they should have been yellow. I'm glad its not just me! gazza l
  3. Very nicely done, it does look very smart in that scheme. gazza l
  4. Great little Vulcan, nicely done. gazza l
  5. Thanks very much Tony. I definitely wont be making another one... well perhaps I might, the Central Flying School scheme was rather tempting, then there is G-AHIZ's partner G-AEOI. Thanks once again for your comments people. gazza l
  6. Excellent results, very nicely done. gazza l
  7. Thanks Harold55. I used Bahnschrift font, not a perfect match but close enough for me. Thanks everyone for your kind comments, gazza l
  8. Fantastic collection of well made Spitfires. gazza l
  9. Hi everyone. Next off the bench is the new Airfix Tiger Moth. A nice simple kit that went together surprisingly quickly for me. Living in Cambridge all of my life I wanted to build G-AHIZ , which along with it's sister airframe G-AOEI has been burbling around the city for as long as I can remember. A couple of firsts for me making this one, rigging a bi-plane and DIY decals both of which went reasonably well. I needed to make a few modifications to accurately make G-AHIZ , this included an extended exhaust pipe, a generator on the underside, a new pitot tube assembly, a couple of whip aerials and a rear view mirror mounted on the port centre strut. Painted with Alclad semi matt silver and a mix of MRP yellow with a few drops of red for the fuselage colour. For the rigging I used EZ line Thanks for looking, gazza l Here she is in real life at Cambridge.
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