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  1. My first ever BIG model made as a kid. Happy memories.
  2. A very good website, it is worth visiting on a daily basis. https://www.thedrive.com/the-war-zone/8282/how-to-fight-to-win-in-the-f-14-a-4-and-f-5-at-the-navys-topgun-school https://www.thedrive.com/the-war-zone
  3. Very nice! When you see those small attachment points and that fine detail, you would think it was a relatively new tooling.
  4. I have been eyeing up this kit for quite a while now BUT the other half keeps giving me 'that look' and tells me to make the models I have already before buying a new one!
  5. Hey. I came across this on Facebook - Modelarstwo KXS and the chap added rivets 1 by 1 using solder balls. It might seem a laborious process but the balls are cheap (about the £5-6 range) and they come in various sizes. I haven't used them myself, but I will order some from eBay and give them a go. I guess they have a multitude of uses, not just rivets, eyeballs, buttons etc and can be used across varying scales.. Just search 'solder balls'.
  6. Outstanding, what a fantastic build and paint/weather job.
  7. Nice. Nothing really fundamentally wrong with the Revell kit.
  8. Yesssssssssssss I flew in one when I was in the Air Cadets. I think it was on a weekend trip to Odiham, late 70's early 80's.
  9. Excellent news. Great film too, one of the best.
  10. The most 'underwhelming' modern kit I think I have ever seen. It's a cracking start though, well done.
  11. I'm still waiting for a 1/32 Cessna A-37 Dragonfly
  12. I have noticed that Revell are selling the Tempest at a higher price than the original Special Hobby boxing. A bit cheeky??? I reckon it's at least £15.00 overpriced.
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