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  1. Hi all, here is my (mostly) completed 1/35 Sherman. Completely OOB except for a couple boxes and tamiya rope. I didn't worry about the figures all that much (you can tell from the photos) and the mudguards need some more touch-ups. I also need some more rope for the front stowage.But other than that, it's all done. Full WIP here: http://www.britmodeller.com/forums/index.php?/topic/234992193-tamiya-135-m4-sherman-early-version/page-1 Thanks for looking
  2. Hi all, starting another WIP here Kit looks good for its age besides lots of seam joints showing, especially on the wheels and figures. Box and Sprue pics: Will be starting quite soon, as I am really keen to get started!
  3. I tend to have a number of posts and was about to start another. Edgar is great with his answers so maybe we can all use one place for our Q and A, I just received Hayes owners manual and I noticed that the cutaway depicts both TR9 (Top) and side antenna. Interestingly none of the restored spits have any wires showing. I am doing and early MKIX so was wondering what the low down was on when to use both, none, only one type? Next (stupid questions - I am doing one of the desert polish MK IX's Eduards paint ref show no walk lines. I looked at a poor quality photo, to no avail. I know that the e
  4. Supermarine Spitfire Mk.IXc Early Eduard Weekend 1:48 The Model Having released what is possibly the best Spitfire model so far in this scale, in Profipack and Royal Class editions, this kit is now available in a Weekend Edition. This kit includes all the styrene of the Profipack edition, but loses the pre-painted etched parts, masks and all but one of the marking options. What you do still get is a load of parts destined to go straight to the spares box. The build begins with the cockpit, and here some of the sidewall detail is moulded into the fuselage, with the rest being suppl
  5. Supermarine Spitfire Mk.IXc Early Eduard Profipack 1:48 Normally I would try and research the history of an aircraft type and give a short prologue to a review, but the Spitfire is probably one the best known aircraft ever I couldn’t really do it justice. Suffice it to say that the MkIX is pretty much regarded as the best of the breed. The Model Having had such acclaim from the release of the late version of the Mk.IXc, Eduard have followed it up with this release of the early version. Now having compared the sprues of both the late and early versions I honestly can’t see any diffe
  6. Saw this build over on ARC and thought I'd share it. I've just got this kit, but somehow I don't think mine will turn out anything like this good! http://www.arcforums.com/forums/air/index.php?showtopic=274515&pid=2604576&st=0entry2604576 Andrew
  7. Hawker Hurricane Mk.I (Early) Airfix 1:72 If one was to asked to give the name of a British fighter that took part in the Battle of Britain, the Spitfire would undoubtedly be the most common answer. However, the aircraft that provided the backbone of the defence in that infamous battle was the Hawker Hurricane. Designed in 1935, it was quite a step forwards to the existing front line RAF fighters of that era, key features being a fully enclosed cockpit, retractable undercarriage, 8 guns, powerful V12 engine and most notably, a single cantilever wing as opposed to a biplane configurat
  8. Hi all Can anyone steer me towards a few more pics of Saab Gripens in the initial early scheme like this A Google search didn't bring up many. I'm not after many, just a few to guide me through the painting process, the Airfix instructions are not the best Cheers Chris
  9. HI,As im building the atlas mercury manned rides,i thought i might have a go at some of the atlas variants,as they all basically used the same collapsible,thin skinned tanks,btw....whats Atlas brought into nearly every household,in the world,........yes WD-40,made to stop the shiny stainless tanks corroding,in salt air,whilst they waited to annihalate the world?.....youve got to have a shiny,finger of death?...sorry just thought id throw that one in.... The early atlas sm-65 only had 2 engines,the sustainer engine,the middle one was,nt needed,so i will have to remove that?,anyway thought id h
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