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Alex Gordon

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  1. @Robert Stuart @Bullbasket @Mike G'day Chums, Give this thread a go.From the photo size point of view all of these were made into low KBage using MS Paint before they were uploaded to Photobucket. This might establish a point of reference. https://www.britmodeller.com/forums/index.php?/topic/234975318-tamiya-m4a3-sherman-in-135th-scale/
  2. These piccies might make things a little clearer; From the BM Spitfire Mk I walkaround thread Found on a quick Google search here Hope these help.
  3. G'day old fruit,you will have to PM @Mike to negotiate your way into that neck of the woods.Good luck,you'll be fine. Edited to add http://flyingleathernecksmodels.com/
  4. Ask the motor insurance companies.
  5. We called ours Woodbine.We used to take him for a drag.
  6. Have you awarded the well earned brownie points to SWMBO yet?This may involve breakfast in bed and other misdemeanours.
  7. I seem to think that the dog biscuit is "Bonio" Given that the man has adopted the name it will be the only occasion that he has omitted the I
  8. I do hope that she's going to take a step forward before she falls over.
  9. Sunny Lincolnshire. I hope this is of some use
  10. Once in a while there is something that astounds me. Today you have done that,thank you. and for good measure here's a handful of these
  11. Draining the pond worked for me last time.
  12. Well done old fruit.In my diseased opinion you have made a good solid interpretation of the sparse available gen. Have a few of these too
  13. Alex Gordon

    Village Photos.

    Just uploaded this with no snags
  14. Once in a while there is a photograph that makes me stop all other things in my world and look.And keep looking.Today,old chum,this photo has done that. Corking job with the model Thank you for taking that photo.
  15. That's a hairdo isn't it?
  16. I will stand corrected on both counts,the man in the piccie is nearly a double for Bob though. Lord Riot,my apologies for hijacking your thread
  17. To be fair to Bob he was a Sootie not a Fairy. The man himself. Edit...Actually not as you,dear reader, are about to find out. As found in this U bend video
  18. Nope,not lens trickery.I found this photo on Pprune,I don't know whose it is. I seem to remember reading that the starboard shoulder pylon is plumbed for fuel.One of the RAF yearbooks I think,probably the Granby edition. Edited to add Pprune thread link And another one Found here
  19. If I remember what my mate Bob (Grolsch the Stumpy Sumpy) told me it is the outside air temparature sensor.
  20. I found this photo in the walkaround department The back upper edge of the intake is just visible.
  21. They're unpacking the jackhammer.
  22. I have only one question,how does he get the rope back out?
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