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This is my second built of this kit from Round2/MPC and I've thrown the book at it, with more lighting int he cockpit, landing lights on the front leg pods, red and green flashing navigation lights, plus added greeblie detail on the walkways, extra decals and a paint job with lots of weathering...

 

The build thread is here http://www.britmodeller.com/forums/index.php?/topic/235005434-22-mpcround-2-eagle-transporter-2/

 

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...and finally a better attempt at the video showing the flashing lights...

 

 

 

 

 

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You've just got to love the Eagle!

Great work, I like the navigation & landing lights, nicely done :)

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Thanks guys :) I am over the moon to be able to say that I entered this model into the Competition at Scale Model World this last weekend and won GOLD!!! My first time winning gold and I am immensely chuffed with it!

 

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Oho, so you're the Andrew who posted this on Starship Modeller - I was thinking it would be too much of a coincidence otherwise. Congratulations, very well-deserved!

 

Cheers,

 

Will

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well done on your Gold Andrew - you had a grin like a Cheshire cat when I met you at the foot of the competition floor stairs on Saturday

 

Helen was quite blown away with your work when I pointed it out

 

10/10 with a well deserved Gold

 

John

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Well done on the gold medal. I'm aiming to finally start mine as my 'Christmas Hols Project' although i suspect it will be waaay after Christmas by the time it's finished (based on my current rate of construction it's likely to be finished by New Year....2021).

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