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  1. This kit was a bit of an uphill struggle to be honest, largely due to the rough surface texture and some alignment issues. It's by F-RSIN and is injection-moulded rather than resin. It was worth the battle though, just because it's such a cool subject.
  2. F-RSIN is to release in November 2019 1/144th Canadair CL-44 kits Source: http://www.f-rsin.com/pages/collection/CL-44.html Parts - Kits contain one fuselage only: CL-44, CL-44J or CL-44 Guppy - ref. FRP4119 - CL-44 - Seaboard World - ref. FRP4120 - CL-44 - BOAC - ref. FRP4121 - CL-44 - Flying Tigers - ref. FRP4122 - CL-44 - Transvalair - ref. FRP4123 - CL-44J - Loftleiðir - ref. FRP412
  3. Hello, I recently acquired an Italeri ATR-42 and I already an F-RSIN kit under construction. I know of all the criticism on the Italeri kit but I wanted to give it a try.. On comparing the parts though I found out a huge difference in the cabin section (not mentioning the wonky nose shape). I'm now just curious to know who is right: unfortunately all I could find searching around are INTERNAL cabin dimensions, which are very useful to sell the product but not so interesting for us modellers. Anyone would happen to know the fuselage external height and width of the ATR series?
  4. I see that F-RSIN Plastic are releasing 1/144th scale kits of the Fokker F.28 at the forthcoming Telford show. Both the shorter fuselage 1000 and the longer 4000 in are shown in various schemes. I've always liked those little Fokkers, so I'm quite pleased. Question is, does the F.28 belong in the Classic or Modern section? Being as there are hardly any left in service, I chose classic even though it still seems fairly new to me. Dave
  5. I bought this kit last year intending to build it in the De Havilland GB but.............. Not too many parts, though a couple of the smaller ones have disappeared from the sprue before it got into the box The above pictures were taken about a week ago and I now have the fuselage together There's quite a bit of flash to remove (not really an issue) and as others have noted, the plastic is quite rough and prone to odd "lumps" here and there. Apart from the fact that two of the 3 castellated engine exhausts are missing, the
  6. My contribution to this group build will be the F-RSIN 1/144 Trident 3B, in British Airways colours. By the time these were built it was known as the Hawker Siddeley Trident, but it's a DH design and I'm told it qualifies, so here goes. Box and sprue photo to start with: There aren't a lot of parts so it ought to be a quick build - however I think a lot of the effort in this build is going to be in cleaning up the parts. There's a lot of flash, the plastic all has a very rough surface, and there are some pretty big moulding flaws such as these strange craters on t
  7. Evening all, I have too many projects on the go filling my workbench. They get finished in between the 'big' projects so here is the latest. The recent F-Rsin injection moulded ATR-72 in Aurigny markings (pronounced Aw-reeny when they call the flight at the airport!). This very aircraft G-BXTN took the Viking family from Manchester to Guernsey for a holiday back in 2006, so when I saw the model I had to have one. Nice little kit goes together very well for a limited run model, a bit of flash, heavy sprue gates, you know the sort of thing. Nothing very difficult though. The decals sre superb
  8. French kit of the French subject. What can be more French? This is short-run. Undoubtedly
  9. The generous response to my Lao Central SSJ-100 has encouraged me to post another RFI, this time the F-RSIN Trident 3B. I usually have five or six builds at different stages but for some reason I tend to finish them in pairs. The Trident was the other half of the pair with the SSJ. I used the plastic version of the kit which went together well. F-RSIN have really caught the character of the aircraft, particularly the kink in the wing and the various lumps and bumps underneath. The only accuracy point I picked up was the shape of the centre intake which was too sharply triangular c
  10. Trident 3B - CAAC 1:144 F-RSIN British European Airways, in the latter part of the 1960s saw the need for an aircraft capable of greater capacity and range than its existing fleet for the European and domestic routes. The Hawker Siddeley Trident 1 and 2 currently in operation were proving to be too small which ironically was the result of the same airlines insistence that the original design be reduced in size to meet their requirements only a few years earlier. Regarded as a stop-gap until the arrival of the wide body airbus expected in the early 70s, Boeings B727 and the Douglas DC-9 we
  11. 1/144 Bristol Britannia, F-RSIN British Eagle This is another 'nostalgia build' of my memories of Heathrow in the 1960's. I remember seeing these as a kid, looking lovely on the ramp. British Eagle used them on a trooping flight contract to Germany, so anf ex Army guys might well remember them. They were also used on regular passenger flights and ranged far and wide. It was agreat shame when Eagle went out of business. This is the F-RSIN kit, a short run plastic injection moulding and one of the many great subjects they do. It is not a 'shake and bake' kit but builds up very nicely and
  12. I do like the flying boats. For my second entry into the group build, I will do the Latécoère 631 in 1/144, using a resin kit from F-RSIN. The Latécoère 631 first flew prior to the Second World War, with at least one example hidden in the French countryside to avoid German capture. The type remained in service until 1955. I think it's one of the most beautiful aircraft ever, right up there with the Constellation. You'll see it call the Late 631 as well, though calling your airliner a Late seems unwise, sort of like calling your car a Dodge. Latécoère is still in business, making door asse
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