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USAF Flight Line Maintenance (198232) 1:32 VideoAviation.com Aircraft dont fly and generate sortie without correct maintenance. Flight line maintenance kits and figures can add an essential touch to any diorama and this set from VideoAviation is an update of a previous set. The Kit It arrives in a clear plastic bubble box, and inside there are a substantial bundle of resin parts, all in bags and protected for their safety. There are two figures, one standing as if about to start marshalling and the other fixing some thing a pilot no doubt broke There is no timeline for the figures and with the correct painting could resemble any period between the present and the cold war. There is a tool chest on wheels (with individual drawer), briefcase and 2 buckets provided. For the tool chest a whole host of PE and resin tools are provided. A couple of the news are newer ones but the majority are pretty timeless Conclusion If you're placing any of your models on a base, adding ancillary equipment and figures is a great way of enhancing realism. Highly recommended. Review sample courtesy of
Has anyone found a source online selling copies of maintenance and parts APs for the Bristol Blenheim IV at all? There are plenty of sets of Pilot's Notes floating around the web but not it seems anything on the parts/maintenance side. Any help most gratefully received brethren. Tony
1/72 RQ-4B Global Hawk Maintenance Version by Platz What happened with this kit with opened engine and electronics bays? http://hlj.com/product/PLZAC-10/Air HLJ list kit as a Jan. 2016 Release but... http://www.1999.co.jp/eng/10200570 H.S: preorder started Sep. 21, 2012 What happened with this kit?
At the end of last year when I got back into modelling I bought an airbrush and compressor. I tested it and then dried it and put it away for a week or two until my new bench was ready. Then we decided to move. The short story is, I now do not have the space to use it (4 people in a 2 bedroom bungalow does not make for lots of hobby space) So, in that it will.be stored for at least a year, is there anything I should do to it? Shoot some sort of lubricant through it and leave it like that? What about the compressor and tank? Thank you for any tips on keeping it in hood condition.