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k5054nz

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About k5054nz

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  • Birthday 08/08/1987

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  1. I was intrigued by the idea of a Mexican Vampire, and I love that colour scheme! The bright colours look really nice on the silver.
  2. You seem to have misspelled "Hughes HK-1/H-4 Hercules"
  3. Oh that I could, website! It looks like a gorgeous kit.
  4. Beautiful, Dirk, I'm sorry I didn't come here sooner. I love the extra detail work you've put in, not to mention the lighting. But I got very excited when I saw the little 3D-printed Slave I. Brilliant addition!
  5. Beautiful. I love DH aircraft and I think this is the very, very first time I've seen a model of this one done. And so beautifully done! Moa, I remain ever so grateful to you for sharing your builds with us.
  6. That last photo looks like it could've been taken of a 1:1 example at a museum. Wow!
  7. The roundel makes me think Cambodia, or maybe Laos?
  8. I'm excited to see what info and photos come up as a red FIGAS Islander is on my to-do list.
  9. He's right! Scalemates does have the instructions for the initial boxing.
  10. I think that must be the one posted on the Battle of Britain Memorial Flight's page(??!) yesterday. After many people pointed out the tail didn't look at all like a MiG-21 the original poster explained that's because it was an upgraded version...!
  11. They flew a C and an E last weekend, I only saw the C though: DSC_0565 by Zac Yates, on Flickr DSC_0567 by Zac Yates, on Flickr DSC_0568 by Zac Yates, on Flickr (it flew with the Snipe, which made for a very interesting juxtaposition of early- and late-war aircraft development)
  12. k5054nz

    P-40 survivors

    That link doesn't work for me, but I've been doing my best to keep Wikipedia up-to-date and accurate (at least as far as NZ-connection airframes are concerned): https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_surviving_Curtiss_P-40s
  13. Just brilliant. What a post! I've seen one other PL.11 build, and that was Moa's on this very forum. I'm excited to see more!
  14. Just brilliant. I've only Liked instead of replying as I'm enjoying the progress so much and don't really have much to say other that WOW!
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