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Evening all, first post so hello, hope you are all well. I seem to have a slight issue with my revell 1:72 me109 g-10, it does seem to be a bit of a duff kit with flash galore and a quite poorly fitting fuselage. I’ve only been back to the hobby around a month and this is my first foray into kit building since the 1990’s. The exhaust ports on my 109 are fine one side and badly formed the other I know on a g-10 me109 the manifold should have a shroud above on one side, mine had a small lump of plastic and a malformed hole which I attempted to sand and salvage somehow, quite badly it seems. I’d like to scratch build the exhaust shroud and reform the curved section where the manifold comes through, could any of you gents give me some insight into how I could achieve this? I was thinking along the lines of milliput or maybe trying to scratch build a small part using flat plastic (I do recall seeing such things but this would of been in d.hewins Grimsby around about 1997) Thank you and kind regards! what im after! the kit ps, if this is i the wrong place i apologise!
Hi All, I've picked up a 1/200 Vulcan and have finally decided to go anti flash white (I chickened out of doing it on my last Victor...) I want to do this with spray cans. What are the best (ideally cheapest) primer and white gloss products for the job? I don't know whether to go primer > matt white > clear gloss primer > gloss white enamel vs. acrylic etc Any help to make sure this just works first time would be highly appreciated! Ta, Chris