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cngaero

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About cngaero

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  • Birthday 10/07/1955

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    Widdrington Station, Northumberland, UK

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  1. Apart from our Britmodeller traders who will be attending the forthcoming show, does anyone have a list of other traders who will be attending the event? My pennies are beginning to smolder in my pockets.
  2. Thanks very much for the heads up regarding this book which has been duly ordered and is now winging it's way to me as I write this.
  3. Oh, strictly Union my dear chap, the gentleman's version of the beautiful game
  4. I've just tried that and it says I'm from Sunderland................. Not according to my map. Sunderland is in the deep south, mind you, I did support the football team when I was at school. It was the red and white stripes that I liked the best as all my pals wore black and white stripes for some reason. When I changed school at the age of 11, I discovered that the round ball was forbidden and the oval ball was the favoured form of sport. I never looked back from that point. As far as language is concerned, I have to admit that the world would be a much better place if everyone "lorned ti taak propa Ingland like ah yoosta did wen ah woz a children" .
  5. I'm hoping to make it for the first time in a good few years and I'm certainly looking forward to it.
  6. Seven. I'd love a set of those beautiful resin castings. I'll be following this build with interest as this is one of my favourite old Airfix kits.
  7. Yes, that'll be the dust on the workbench !!!! Seriously though, what a display of pure modelling artistry.
  8. Well it's a small world. I used to work for Sterling Health, who used to sell Izal tracing/toilet paper back in the early 80's. Very strange material for its intended purpose!!!!
  9. That's a lovely looking Buccaneer and has to be one of the best out there. I agree that the starting point was not the best kit in the world, but what a result. We just need a Phantom and a Lightning to complete a classic Cold War quintet.
  10. Beautiful Tornado and in a proper colour scheme too.
  11. Don't be so harsh with yourself, your models are up there with the best of them on BM. Your Jaguar is a particularly fine looking model.
  12. Yes they are machines, but if everyone adopted that same sentiment, there would be no original airframes for us or future generations to admire, learn from, let alone take measurements from to produce the models that we all crave.
  13. I'm looking forward to these forthcoming additions to your range Neil.
  14. That's a fine piece of modelling with a beautiful result. Well done and thanks for sharing it with us.
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