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Oh very nicely done Sir! I wondered how long it would be before someone had a go at this one and I'm not disappointed at all, you've done a great job of it.

Duncan B

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This looks just awesome! I had been wondering who would be the first to produce this scheme.

Martin

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Splendid job! Now I have to buy 3 javelins!

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On 12/8/2013 at 9:33 PM, stever219 said:

That's a super rendition of XH897: you're far braver than I for tackling that colour scheme. Please can you expand a bit on what you did with the stall warners? I've (briefly) read Alley Cat's instructions but a word from someone who's been there would be greatly appreciated.

Hi Stever, I hope this helps. I've not seen Alley Cat's instructions, as I just bought the vortex genny set at Telford. For the stall warner, I just cut off the moulded lumps, drilled 5 small holes, bent some fine gauge wire for the guards (should have been finer, but I thought that fuse wire would not be robust enough in the long term), and used a straight piece for the vane.

Regards

Tim

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Very nice, looks stunning in that scheme, is this the one at Duxford?

gazza l

Hi, gazza, yes it is, but I built it as I saw it as a kid at a Leuchars Air Day. Duxford simplified the scheme slightly when they repainted it, but there are some good shots on the Internet of it on arrival and soon after.

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Tim

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A real eye-cathcer, wonderfully done!!

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  • 3 years later...

That's so much more interesting a paint job than the standard camo!

I always thought the Javelin looked boring until seeing this.

 

Rick.

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Great Javalin nice and colourful , makes a change to see one in this scheme.

 

:goodjob:

 

Guy

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Hello TimB,

Enjoyed your contribution.

Master Modeler is the precise qualification for this overal piece of work.

Regards,

Dirk/The Netherlands.

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