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About slufdriver

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  1. Cyprus (Larnaca or Paphos) Is usually on a 737-800. The -300s occasionally operate as far as Dalaman in Turkey but that’s usually “out of season” when the loads are lower. Richard
  2. I built one of those back in 1971 when it first came out and I wish it had looked even half as good as yours. A lovely build. Richard
  3. Hi Mike, Just “renewed my subscription”. Thanks very much for everything you and the guys put into my favourite modelling “magazine”, I’d be lost without it (but I might get more modelling done!). Cheers Richard
  4. That is very nice indeed. One small point, the nose leg should be mounted on the left side of the nose wheel bay. On the full size aircraft the nose undercarriage retracted sideways. Richard
  5. Placed my order for the Dove decals on the 4th, and they arrived this morning. Great service and great decals - I can see I’ll be building a few more Doves/Devons/Sea Devons than originally planned! Richard
  6. BBMF Lancaster at about 500ft, straight over the house. Fantastic sight (and sound) but no time for pictures.
  7. Very nice Martin! I still got my second one to build and can’t decide whether to do XR679 in camouflage or grey. Decisions, decisions! Cheers Richard
  8. Thank you Ali, Order placed. Richard
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    RLM Paint Chip Chart

    Order placed yesterday lunchtime, chart arrived in the post this morning. Excellent service from Crecy Publishing. Richard
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    RLM Paint Chip Chart

    I’ve been looking for this for a while so just placed my order. Thanks for the tip! Richard
  11. If I remember correctly, the Britannia cockpit windows didn’t meet FAA requirements. As Canadair were hoping to sell CL-44s to US carriers, they did a deal with Convair and bought the design of the CV880/990 cockpit windows. Richard
  12. The Red Baron definitely flew the Dr.1, but I’m pretty sure Snoopy (aka The World War 1 Flying Ace) ‘flew’ a Sopwith Camel. Richard
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