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kev67

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  1. Looks really impressive especially as it's only your 4th model you have built, concerning the canopy, you don't need to paint the inside, all you need to do is mask off the canopy from the outside and spray the first colour which will be the interior colour, then spray over that with the camoflage colour
  2. Very nice, one thing I hate is doing rigging
  3. Very nice model of the Horsa, my dad went up in one on a training exercise and hated every minute of it, especially when it was released from the towing aircraft, as it went down like a roller coaster, I think a few lads were sick
  4. The Varsity is a big beast, bigger than the DC3, at model shows some curios people ask what scale my Varsity is, as it has big side windows they think it is 1/48 scale
  5. I certainly will get one or two, I have the S&M kit, but although seems accurate and nicely detailed it is a resin kit, and I much prefer vac form and injection moulded kits, but will fit in nice next to my Aeroclub Varsity
  6. Lovely build of a great aircraft
  7. BPK are also releasing the 737 800 http://bigplaneskits.com/shop/uncategorized/737-800-1-72/
  8. Very nice, I have one of these in my stash, flew from Lydd Airport to France somewhere in the mid Eighties, only time I have flown on a turbo prop plane
  9. I think you mean the Airways vac form Britannia, which is a pretty good kit, and probably easier to make in the end than the Mach2, but good to see one made up
  10. Looking really good Tony, could you not use Halfords grey primer, or even Tamiya fine grey primer which is excellent stuff
  11. Always liked the Defiant, as my grandad worked on them in the construction process, as he was a cabinet maker by trade and there was some wood I believe around the rear turret, but can't be certain what part
  12. Great job on a fabulous aircraft, my local model shop was selling these for £9 each at one point a couple of years ago as he over stocked, and they did not sell as well as Airfix hoped
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