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About Threadbear

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  • Birthday 02/06/1967

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    WWII 1/48 Fighters, Armour WWII & Cold War

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  1. I wonder if the P-51H and 109C/D will be their own mounds? Just seen other threads!
  2. I have the series 1 kit and looking at the parts, I think a series 2 maybe possible? fantastic Tempest. Also looking through the new Valiant Publishing Tempest book, it appears that the strengthening fuselage plates weren’t that common?
  3. Fantastic job and background story. Great job on the rigging.
  4. great job on the Sabre, very inspiring. Love the wheels and tyres. Always set a subject off.
  5. What paints did you use on your F.21?
  6. Appears they are doing a Vc which is fantastic.
  7. Hello the Panzer IV Ausf D is nearly finished from a build point of view but isn’t going to be completed by the finish date. I will post some pics soon. February is a busy month for me.
  8. The M3 Lee was called a “Coffin for 7 brothers” by the Russian units that used them.
  9. Plenty of early Allied armour from World War 2 would fit the bill!!
  10. Could I enter this with a reconaissance vehicle? I have a number in the Stash! Daimler Dingo, Humber Scout Car, M3 Scout Car, M8 Armoured Car, M20 Scout Car?
  11. That's it F-111B Navy variant
  12. Could those wingless fuselages be F-11F Tigers?
  13. A-4s, RA-5 Vigilantes, F-4 Phantoms, an OV-10 Bronco, a F-111, 4 F-8 Crusaders and what looks like a Banshee on its own at top right of photo. On and a CH-53.
  14. Best start looking for a Patton!
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