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Once more into the breach for God and Country. Nothing like Winter weather, and waiting for enamel paint to dry along with waiting for parts to print to get antsy want to build something. I know I could have done something useful like shovel snow , break up ice and whatnot but I'll leave those for when it gets warmer. So for this afternoons enjoyment Dynavectors 1/48 Douglas A2D-1Skyshark. After doing a Sea Vixen recently I realized how good Dynavectors Vacs really are. Almost like building your typical Tamigawa plastic. Plus I need some extra practice time on Vacs for 3 1/2 builds on my shelf of Doom that have been plaguing me for an eternity. Well that and I had the proper colours paint for this build in sufficient quantity. I thought about doing the Sea Hornet as a follow on to the Sea Vixen but I used up my supply of dk sea gray so I need to order more first. Don't worry it will be started on son enough I daresay. I do know that Our esteemed Fearless Leader @Mike built this sometime years back and He had adjusted some things that I had already noted, such as the Cockpit and flaps / control surfaces. I'll probably do some added extras to the wheel bays. So I'm hoping @Mike will give me a heads up on anything to watch out for. This won't be your typical slap and smash project., but by the same token shouldn't take that long or be a horrendously difficult monster to tame. So lets see what we can see on this little jaunt. Like usual, Kibitzing, straying from topic, and general mayhem is welcome and encouraged.