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stringbag

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  1. I'm with Paul on this one. Lovely collection indeed so thanks for sharing. Chris.
  2. No worries Roy. Just thought I'd mention it in case it was a serious issue. All the best. Chris.
  3. Alan. With a membership of more than 25,00, you will struggle I feel to get a much wider audience. As you are well aware, I have already purchased one of your Vulcan kits. Sadly, having seen your post above, I'll not be entertaining a VC-10. Chris.
  4. Hi Buzz. Unfortunately Ivo had to return home as a matter of urgency on the Sunday morning. I'm hoping all is well, but it may be worth giving him some time to respond when he is able given the circumstances. Chris.
  5. Hi Michael. Have a look at these before you start cutting plastic. Well worth the money and the results are quite superb when properly applied. https://www.authentic-airliner-decals.de/epages/17895661.sf/en_GB/?ObjectPath=/Shops/17895661/Products/D144-BO-16 Although the Welsh Models vac-form kit is very good, there will be an injection moulded 747SP available soon from Eastern Express if you would prefer that medium, Alternatively you could really push the boat out and get one of these fabulous kits. https://www.authentic-airliners.de/epages/64205758.sf/en_GB/?ObjectPath=/Shops/64205758/Products/K144-47 The choice is yours. Chris.
  6. Close enough to the front for sure but that's as far as it goes I'm afraid. Chris.
  7. You really do put out some marvelous looking civil airliners Matey. You know my thoughts on the chosen livery so no need to repeat what has been said by Dave and Ian already. Lovely result John. Chris.
  8. Hi Neil. Got to agree with the other lads here about the riveting Mate. First class job indeed. The whole project is looking pretty damned special I must say. See you at the weekend. Chris.
  9. You obviously haven't been to Neil's place then. It's not a pretty sight I can tell you. I'm used to seeing him in a wig, but the stockings take a bit of getting used to.. He just hasn't got the legs for that.
  10. It works very well looking at your photographs. Will definitely use that method at some point. Chris.
  11. That's a neat solution to the lights. Hope you don't mind if I file that away for future reference Sini. Chris.
  12. Hi Chris. Congratulations on a fine classic build. For future reference, should you decide to do another narrow body Boeing, have a look at using the clear section from a Daco B737 kit. These are available separately from Daco for a couple of quid each but they really improve the look of the nose area. He's usually at Telford if you're attending. Have a look through some of the builds posted by John, (Viking), where he has used this method and you will see what I mean. Looking forward to the next civvie job. Chris.
  13. I would hazard a guess and say they were essential given the scale of the subject. Chris.
  14. Superbly built and finished John. It will make a rather colourful addition to the display cabinet too. Chris.
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