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noelbarnes

1/72 RAN S-2G Grumman Tracker

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That is gorgeous Noel,.... really nice mate,...... I`m part way through building a 1/48th scale one,

 

Cheers

           Tony

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Excellent

 

A very lovely machine, well modelled too

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Looks really good in those markings.

Thanks for showing it.

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Hello,Noel - She may be finally finished but one thing's for sure.She's beautifully finished.A resplendent looking tribute to the charismatic 'Tracker'. Great work!

😉👍 All the best,Paul.

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Excellent Tracker there Noel, really nice work

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Gorgeous, mate. 😀

 

Martin

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Fantastic RAN Tracker!

Have always wanted to build one in 1/72nd scale.

I've heard something to the effect that Australian Navy Trackers were a little longer in the fuselage than other variants, though I am by no means certain of that.

Whatever the case, yours is superb!  :worthy:

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Lovely looking Tracker Noel.

 

Which kit is that? The venerable Hasegawa or the "newer" Academy?

 

I've got a long held ambition to do one in Dutch markings.

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That's rather nice - good job!

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I like this a lot. Very nicely done indeed. :clap:

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Very nice indeed. Getting one of them on & off the Melbourne must have been a great spur to ones concentration.

Steve.

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