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  1. All, I'm just trying to revive a bit of modelling mojo with Airfix's neat little Vampire T.11 and something caught my eye whilst studying photographs of the real thing. It would appear that somewhere along the production run (or perhaps a late retro fit) a number of these aircraft were fitted with four cannon shell ejector chutes under the belly, similar to what appears on the Venom aircraft. Also, the Airfix kit has three lumps / bumps on the one piece nose wheel bay / cannon port section (part A7), which I believe may only be relevant to the resorted example WZ507 as flown by the Vampire
  2. Here's the finished Airfix De Havilland Vampire T.11 from my Made in Britain Group Build entry. WiP here. Thanks for looking
  3. Just a quick build of the great Starter Kit from Airfix of the de Havilland Vampire T.11, Royal New Zealand Air Force No.14 Squadron. Used the seatbelts and 'D' rings from the Eduard etch set. Alclad and Vallejo paints. Thanks for looking Kirk
  4. Hello folks Here's my offering of the Airfix T.11 vampire; I picked up some Alclad II laquer at Perth show this year and thought I'd practice / try it out on this kit. Pleased with the result although the aluminium should be a bit brighter (I only bought standard aluminium but I think white aluminium would be a better match). The fluorescent orange fought me and up close the finish is not great. A lot of schoolboy errors, the orange paint is too thick resulting in some tatty lines and raised decals on the wings, a bit of fogging on the canopy due to me not letting glue dry properly and a
  5. Ladies and gentlemen, I have started the Airfix kit. As hoped, it's better than the Harrier GR.7, at least, it goes without filler so far. Firstly, the proof of the beginning: I will build the version with the yellow bands, as I already planned a Gannet and the Gnat with the orange panels. By the way, is it possible to build the preservation group version just without the website on the boom? Or is this a fictional paint scheme? I started with the intake, done with Revell Aluminium acrylics, brush painted. It looks OK so far. The fan just needs a bit of washing, just in case. Next job a
  6. Sorry folks, I hesitate to burden you with yet another T.11 thread but I really do like this kit so couldn't resist! As one with a special interest in T.11s I was over the moon to see this released by Airfix and it fitted with a modelling 'theme' I had on the go perfectly. That theme is to built the aircraft used by 233 OCU at RAF Pembrey during the 1950s. Types on my list are Tempest TT.5, Mosquito TT.35, Meteor F.8, Vampire FB.5, Vampire T.11 and Hunter F.1. I've done the Hunter and Tempest so with Airfix' timely release I'm starting the T.11. Progress will be slow (all my models are!) but
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