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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. That's a lovely looking Hunter Dave. Such lovely sleek lines and a true thoroughbred. You've done this beautiful aeroplane proud. I really like your collection of other QRA types. That's a lovely looking Hunter Dave. Such lovely sleek lines and a true thoroughbred. You've done this beautiful aeroplane proud. I really like your collection of other QRA types.
  2. It's a pity that there isn't an emoji for drooling! That just teeters over into the "must have" bracket.
  3. My criteria is quite simple. It's got to be an aircraft that's flown with either the RAF, FAA, AAC or a British Experimental type. Most importantly though, it's the size of the box. It's got to be of a suitable proportions that can be slipped under the SWMBO radar without detection now that she has taken early retirement!!!!!
  4. Certainly interested in 1/72 scale.
  5. There's only one thing better than a beautiful Spitfire and that's two beautiful Spitfires. Your FR Mk XIVe is one of the best ones I've seen..........stunning.
  6. A great model beautifully finished and a fine tribute to your Dad.
  7. A superb addition to this lovely kit. It's greatly appreciated.
  8. Some lovely shots there Mark. Thank you for sharing them here.
  9. Two stunning Spitfires and both to your constant high standard of finish. That aeroplane just looks beautiful in any colour scheme. Thanks for sharing them here Tony.
  10. Sorry Andre, I didn't pick up on that.....................................I'll put it down to me feeling under the weather due to a nasty bout of man-flu. It's just Italeri keeping us on our toes. Mind you, it would look quite fetching with white undersides! Cheers, Chris.
  11. I'd be checking other references as I'm almost certain that the undersurfaces were definitely LAG and not white. I stand to be corrected of course.
  12. That's a fine set of Harvards, with some very informative potted histories. Well done.
  13. Well, as half baked ideas go, that takes the biscuit!!
  14. Can I take a seat on this one please? You've done a superb job with this project so far and I'll be following this with great interest. I too have a vested interest in the faithful little Cherokee, having learned to fly in one at Newcastle. If my memory serves me right, I've got three Cherokees and three Warriors in my logbook. My favourite?, a lovely little lady called G-BAWK. Whisky-Kilo took me aloft on my first solo and delivered me back to earth safely. She was a real Lady.
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