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limeypilot

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About limeypilot

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  • Birthday April 28

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    Abu Dhabi
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    Aviation in general, WWI in particular.

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  1. Oooh, VERY nice! Not much more to add really Ian
  2. And a fourth! The detail is incredible and most importantly, not overscale. Thanjs for the "how to" on the prop too! Ian
  3. Bugger! Now I will HAVE to do the tail wheel on the Battle.....but not for a while yet. Still awaiting the package from UK and I'm off for my hols tomorrow - Guernsey, then Aberdeen. It would have been quicker to have told the ole' man to keep all my bits so I could pick them up! Ian
  4. Very true, but they weren't dull and scratched either. I'm still a little lost as to why it should be sanded, instead of either a dull coat or micromesh to take the shine off. Waiting to see what the polish can do..... Ian
  5. It's doable. I did it on mine, although I haven't painted it yet to see if it is an invisible join. https://www.britmodeller.com/forums/index.php?/forum/382-work-in-progress-vehicles/ Ian
  6. I'm sure dear Zaza will forgive you. Just be careful about that Kiki, she's on the hunt you know...... Ian
  7. There are details on this that I would struggle with in 1:72. It really is stupendous! Ian
  8. Looks like a nice little kit. I'll follow along if I may! Ian
  9. I have a feeling @corsaircorp may have been involved here. Any sign of parrots or curry? Ian
  10. Nice to see another Aeroclub kit being built. I did the Short 184 a couple of years back, but it got damaged in my relocation and will be a major restoration job. Ian
  11. Fantastic model Moa, not that we expect any less from you! Ian
  12. Another little beauty, but it has to be said, what on earth were they thinking with those "ailerons"? Ian
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