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  1. Beauitful work. Such restrained weathering really adds to it, as though one has stumbled across the machine waiting to be flown.
  2. I'm in love with this. It's fantastic - enough mods to make it different yet still "Viggenish". Magic! I'm curious to see more of the F-16/Berkut!
  3. Fantastic, I do enjoy seeing CAC projects built. I've only seen one Winjeel in person but would love to one day build a kit - maybe in FAC configuration.
  4. As I said elsewhere, I see those handholds/steps and that cockpit and I want to climb in and pre-flight. Just amazing.
  5. That's a really good question, Dave. Have you asked them?
  6. Lovely work! The upward sweep on the wings is different but kinda neat.
  7. I don't think I've seen this kit built online and I am very excited. As a kid I has a poster of ZK-BSQ (operated by a company I went on to apprentice with) on my wall that has sadly disappeared, but I've had a soft spot for it ever since. The kit looks great!
  8. What a fantastic build! It gives me hope I could do justice to this kit should I be fortunate enough to happen across one. OOB it looks excellent.
  9. Maybe the gap will be smaller with the cockpit in place? An A6M2 in 1/48 has been on my wishlist for a long time so I'm eagerly following.
  10. What a fantastic build! It gives me hope I could do justice to this kit should I be fortunate enough to happen across one. OOB it looks excellent.
  11. AS-12 looks fantastic! I've put that on my shopping list. I'm always excited to see the latest updates in this thread.
  12. That set looks fantastic. And it has decals for A9-13, one of the two examples I want to build! My inner pedant can't help but point out that HPM is based in Singapore.
  13. That paint really makes the nozzle look like a 1:1 piece to my eyes. WOW!!! Beautiful work Kerry and Ant! I forget if this has ever been raised, but have you ever considered a 1/32 or 1/24 Auster?
  14. It's interesting to see how others tackle the same subject. 2421319 was the first of six restored to fly for Sir Tim Wallis, and was finished as Red 9 in dark green over blue- probably very familiar to UK enthusiasts for its appearances at Duxford in recent years. I've scrounged through magazines for images of her during the taxiing and test flight phase and taken dozens of screen captures from a documentary about Sir Tim* - these can be found in the attached Flickr album. The cockpit photos are after painting but should prove good references. Note the doors did not have padding during testing
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