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Chaotic Mike

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  • Birthday 10/30/1963

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    Predominantly WW2, 1/32 and above.

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  1. Excellent review, Mike, but it was Captain (self-awarded; he was a Pilot Officer, according to Wikipedia) W E Johns whose books doubtless many of us read in our youths, several centuries ago...
  2. Excellent, thank you both. I *knew* the BM Massive would come to my rescue!
  3. Hello all, I am in the final stages of building the MDC 1/32 Typhoon,which has been fun, and as a resin kit a bit of a diversion for me. I have in my possession a number of W/T and generic stencils in the right scale, but not much idea where I should put them. Can anyone do a scan or photo of the Airfix 1/24 decalling guide, or some other handy source of information that can help me out? Thanks in advance, Mike
  4. I reckon the world needs a state of the art 1/32 Bf-109G. Any takers? Failing that, a Mark IX Spit would probably fill a yawning hole in many modellers' collection. Or, of course, a P-51D... That hasn't been done for years...
  5. Only a matter of time before someone produces a one-piece drop-in replacement with a 3D printer, I reckon!
  6. Looking at the usurious ticket prices for the Duxford BoB air show in September, and seeing the BBMF will be there, does anyone know if the Lancaster is flying? It is not easy to tell from Google, Facebook , the BBMF website...
  7. Glorious! Do you have a build log? It is next in line for my stash reduction, having built up the Dragon Rapide over the winter.
  8. Hello all, As the title implies. Does anyone know of any companies producing 1/32 stencils for RP3 rockets? Mike PS Google, and the forum's search engine, drew a blank
  9. It would have been icing the cake for Airfix to supply the necessary nose weight, like many of the Far Eastern manufacturers do. Still, *definitely* looks like a Vulcan to me, and doubtless it will fly off the virtual shelves!
  10. A bit of Photoshop prop blur on the third pic and you would fool most people, I think!
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