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  1. Mosquito B.Mk.IX (For HK Model) 1:32 Eduard Three years ago HK Model released their gun-nosed Mossie, and now we have the glass-nosed variant to complete the two basic configurations in which the Wooden Wonder flew. Eduard's new range of sets are here to improve on the kit detail in the usual modular manner. Get what you want for the areas you want to be more of a focal point. As usual with Eduard's Photo-Etch (PE) and Mask sets, they arrive in a flat resealable package, with a white backing card protecting the contents and the instructions that are sandwiched b
  2. Sorry I'm late I'll be building both versions of Tamiya's Mosquito, the fighter/fighter-bomber version as an NF.II nightfighter and the bomber/PR version as the photo-reconnaissance PR.IV. Here are the box and sprue pics; the fighter/fighter-bomber kit: These sprues are the same for both kits: ... as are the sprues on the right in the picture below, those on the left are dedicated for the fighter/fighter-bomber: The instructions and transfers - I will be using the kit's markings for W4087 RSoB of 157 Squadron:
  3. Hello Chaps, This was the 7th model that I built since starting modeling in January 2014. I completed this on April 27th, 2014. This was my first Tamiya kit and I really loved the build, it went together so well and some great looking details included such as the bomb bay with fuel cells, the cockpit and the undercarriage. This was the kit that got me turned on to loving Tamiya kits and just happens to be my favorite British Fighter Bomber Aircraft. There are plenty of after-market enhancements available for this kit, but, this was built out of the box. If you haven't built this kit before a
  4. Mosquito FB Mk.VI Nose Guns (for Tamiya) 1:32 Eduard Brassin Following our review of the belly-mounted gun pack here, this new Brassin set includes the parts for the nose gun bay, which gave that bit of extra punch and a total (depending on fit) of 8 guns firing along the centreline with no convergence to deal with. The Tamiya kit is a work of styrene art, but you can always improve on styrene with the right media. This set is made up of resin and Photo-Etch (PE) in the standard rectangular Brassin box, with foam packing keeping the bagged contents safe during transit and storage. There a
  5. de Havilland Mosquito B.Mk.IV Series II 1:32 HK Models The Mosquito was one of the ground-breaking private projects of WWII, and it contributed a significant effort toward victory against Nazi Germany from its introduction in 1941 to the end of the war and beyond. Initially conceived by Geoffrey de Havilland as a fast bomber, it was not intended to carry armament, simply relying on speed to take it out of harm's way. Numerous versions were considered, but a twin engine design with a wooden monocoque fuselage was eventually used, with space for four 20mm cannons in the forward section of th
  6. Hi, this is my finished Tamiya Mosquito B MkIV (1/48 scale). technically this kit isn't finished as i haven't painted the cockpit frames yet as i have to wait for the masks to arrive, but i didn't think it was worth putting it in WIP just for that. this kit was a dream to build, as the only fit issue was a small one with the fuselage halves, which was solved by the removal of the rear firewall/bulkhead. the decals however were a big letdown. they had lots of silvering (i didn't apply gloss varnish as previously i have never really had any silvering on the cartography decals I've used) and eve
  7. Quick OOB Build. Promised myself not to use the Usual Eduard Dash and seatbelt etc and see how I do on an OOB Stated on the dash basically the whole inner section is almost the complete model. This is the 90% underside done which includes an AK Interior wash Cockpit - blue radio nobs more prominent in real life. I am not the best photographer A top view Hopefully I will get to the base coat this weekend
  8. Mike Can you quote me a price for 2 Airwaves etched sets (if they're in stock), please: 1/72 Mosquito set (for Airfix/Matchbox) 1/72 Barracuda set (for MPM) regards, Martin
  9. FInished my first model aircraft. This kit had some fit problems and a few issues others have pointed out (spinners and landing gear) but I still enjoyed it. Added the Revell RAF Ground Crew and Pilot figures kit too! Comments welcome! I know the silvering on the decals is unfortunate...still learning. Cheers. http://s1308.beta.ph...502461576953111 http://s1308.beta.ph...405486014032667 http://s1308.beta.ph...366577168024631 http://s1308.beta.photobucket.com/user/tukansam1/media/Mossie4.jpg.html?sort=3&o=0#/user/tukansam1/media/Mossie4.jpg.html?sort=3&o=0&_suid=1352692651826080
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