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Harry Lime

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Harry Lime last won the day on March 27 2014

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  1. I'm game, got several kits/decal sheets that would be a shoe-in for this! Mark.
  2. That is one hell of a Hercules! Weathering is spot on, finish is perfect. Stunningly good model. Mark.
  3. Looking at the image put up by Smithy, the trees in the background certainly don't look very October-ish to me! Mark.
  4. Werner, Quite simply an outstanding piece of workmanship! Mark.
  5. I'm game. There are a few ideas I'm kicking about for some dioramas that would fit in here. Mark.
  6. Jack, I understand that to mean that it could be used to flash a Morse code message via a switch, presumably the switch would be in the cockpit. Mark.
  7. Nick, Silver and dayglo in 1973 according to an image on the ABPic site. WP928 in 1973. Regards, Mark.
  8. Some nice stuff there to fill a few gaps in collections. Will be in for a couple of these releases when they arrive. Mark.
  9. Smudge, I presume you're doing XX346 from the Model Art sheet? If so there are very few images of this aircraft with the stripes, however it looks like they were only on the upper surfaces. Have a look at the following links, FRADU Hawks XX346 and XX346 at Airliners.net XX346 on Flickr Hope this helps, Mark.
  10. Have a look here, AV-8A with 300gal Aero's Mark.
  11. I have seen several images of USMC AV-8A's with the larger US made tanks. I forget the exact size, but I think they might be somewhere around 300gals? Mark.
  12. In a nutshell, yes. The letter to SAM stated that the CO's a/c had blue edging, and the two flight commanders had theirs edged in red and yellow. Mark.
  13. Dave, This is now the established belief. It seems to be based upon a letter sent into Scale Aircraft Modelling from a local aeroplane spotter who had made contemporaneous reports of the 19 Squadron aircraft. Without delving into my archives, I'm not sure of the exact issue/volume numbers, but think it was around the low to mid 20's. I think the letter was in response to some details/profiles that had been published in the then recent SAM Colours UK Based Fighters monograph. I read it recently, so it may well be near the top of the pile of SAM's I'm currently using as refs for current projects. If I come across it, I'll let you know. Mark.
  14. They were available on an old Xtradecal sheet, X72-007, which is as rare as rocking horse doo-doo. They are also currently available from Kitsworld in 1/72 on sheet KW172137. Mark.
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