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  • Birthday 09/17/1960

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  1. Nice one Pete and a great build thred . I have taken on board the thoughts on the bomb load for my 188 . cheers Alistair
  2. Thats a nice project youv put together Mike . The Aims parts iv used in the past were excellent. Cheers Alistair
  3. Fantastic fix Volker . That is a great place to hide a spacer . I will be following your method . Love your 188 pics . Do you have a build thred ? Thanks again for your reply ,much appreciated . Cheers Alistair
  4. im voting for option 3 ,although option 4 lookks intresting with its rocket launchers Cheers Alistair
  5. Hi Pete,I don't know if you have decided what colour the undercarriage should be but I would suggest rlm 02 including bays . Cheers Alistair
  6. I have just cleared the work bench to make way for this project . I think its been sitting in the stash for over twenty years and if i dont build it now , i never will . I have an Aims decal sheet and will look out for some extras to add to it such as a bomb load ,seatbelts and may be an interior etch set as there will be a large glass house to peak into . In the previous Ju66 stgb i built the Dragon G6 which was loads of fun so hope this goes together as well . I am forwarned about the over wide glassing parts so hope to find a fix for that . Looking forward to following all the JU88's in the GB Cheers Alistair
  7. I agree with Ian. If modellers want to build a large subject in 1/48 etc then they should be in another group build. I think a different level of detail is what sets larger scale builds apart from the normal. A 1/48 Lancaster would (by me ) approached in the same way as a 1/48 Junkers ju88 .A 1/32 Spitfire being no larger in size would be approached with a finer degree to detail, Cheers Alistair
  8. i am looking forward to your build come together Craig, afer seeing your wonderful build in the recent Dornier 17 STGB . Cheers Alistair
  9. Thanks JRK for your efforts intrying to get this over the line . Cheers Alistair
  10. Hi Pete I'm thinking of joining in with the G/B with a Dragon 1/48 ju 188 . It would be good to see another being constructed too . I did a Dragon ju 88g6 in the last ju88 stgb and finished in plenty of time ,but I do appreciate time pressures are different for everyone. Cheers Alistair
  11. Your vegetarian looks spot on . Nice diorama story Cheers Alistair
  12. Please add my name to the list . My entry will be Something from Eduard in 1/48th and probably a D Cheers Alistair
  13. Hi Ken Be assured i will be comeing to pay and colect the Model / models tomorrow (Monday 26th ) I shall bring enough cash for all 3


    Best RRegards



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