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Graeme H

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  1. Graeme H

    Caravelle Airfix 1/144

    Looking forward to this one, I have a few in the stash, and apart built one somewhere. Always an attractive aircraft, the noise was something else though
  2. Graeme H

    F-84 Thunderjet, Heller 1/72

    I like what I see, I wouldn't get carried away with the weathering, jets didn't get that much, and as it's a special scheme, was probably looked after much better by the ground crew anyway.
  3. Graeme H

    Canadian Army Centurion (ACE 1/72)

    Nice, didn't know they did the JS4005
  4. Graeme H

    PIT STOP - ft. Rotten barn door

    Catching up again, some very impressive work with the barn doors, nothing looks as good as wood as real wood Was also interesting to add to my vocabulary with parallility, although I'm really uncertain when I'm going to be able to fit it into a sentence, probably going to have to hang around builders a bit more, but then I've found their grasp of vocabulary leaves a lot to be desired, this is bought home by the continued use of the plural of you, "youse", and the past tense of see, as in "seen" eg "We seen that" I often thought it may be because they don't want to use the correct word "saw" to avoid confusion, as in "We saw that" then have an apprentice cut up something that didn't need it Of course all of this may be not relevant in the Old Country, but getting extremely prevalent here in the former colony As your little builders are French I cannot offer anything to that, except maybe your build and the real thing would have some parallilty.
  5. Graeme H

    Canadian Army Centurion (ACE 1/72)

    Oooh do so love a nice Centurion, only tank I've had a ride in so far Must get myself one of these
  6. Graeme H

    DC-9/MD80 STGB anyone?

    OK, I'm definitely in for this one let's see I have about 10 Fly kits of different boxings, 8 Airfix ones left, and an EE 717, and 2 DC9's I think I could manage to get one done
  7. Good news that you have found the culprit, good modelling from here on in
  8. Truly excellent results there, and a fitting tribute
  9. Graeme H

    Hughes H-4 Hercules 1/72

    You may have missed the opportunity Michael, there was a guy selling a Vacform one at the Monday Sell and Swap at the Melbourne Hobby Expo
  10. Graeme H

    PIT STOP - ft. Rotten barn door

    Just catching up on the latest, this continues to impress in all areas of modelling
  11. Well after a bit of an hiatus, I will be getting back into my DC 9, glad of the extra 2 weeks as I would like to get it finished, been having a bit of a health issue, nothing major, what the Cardiologist called Heart Failure, not Heart Attack cheerful bugger that he is, my GP was even more helpful, who cheerily told me I was dying, well always knew that, so I told him I would take another 20 years or so and it was up to him or else. I got the hard masking done yesterday, and will give it a quick squirt of grey on the wings today, then need to do the Crown, then update the build log soon. Well after a bit of an hiatus, I will be getting back into my DC 9, glad of the extra 2 weeks as I would like to get it finished, been having a bit of a health issue, nothing major, what the Cardiologist called Heart Failure, not Heart Attack cheerful bugger that he is, my GP was even more helpful, who cheerily told me I was dying, well always knew that, so I told him I would take another 20 years or so and it was up to him or else.
  12. It was always a -200 first released in 1969 with Lufthansa markings, does have the early engine version though, not the later engines ad fitted to the -200 Adv, especially the pylons
  13. Graeme H

    Rareplane 1/72 Grumman Goose

    Really coming along well now, can't wait for the next episode
  14. Graeme H

    Su-25 Digi Camo 1:72

    I admire your tenacity and ability, to get that over the finish line
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