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They do look very nice PC are you planning to wave a Tamiya Flat varnish rattler at them to kill the sheen?

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1 hour ago, perdu said:

They do look very nice PC are you planning to wave a Tamiya Flat varnish rattler at them to kill the sheen?

I carefully sprayed some Gunze matt clear over them and it's cut the shine down substantially.

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Looks very nice! :)

 

Håkan

 

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I do like Neil G but I think I would have been totally star stuck by B.A. such a fan as a kid. The 80s was a great time to grow up. 😎 nice to see you got em done, seemed like a struggle brother but they look good. Two at the same time can’t be good.  

 

 

Well not plastic aeroplanes...🤔

 

Hopefully the next venture will be more to your liking. I’ll mosey on over and have a gander. Regardless I’ll come for the humor. 😋 

 

Take care.

 

John.

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Nice to see these finished PC, a very nice pair for the cabinet, despite all the problems you had to overcome. 

Good job matey :) 

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I forgot to say, I do like the way the squadron codes lap around the wing root on the Mk 1.

 

Regards,

Adrian

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15 hours ago, AdrianMF said:

I forgot to say, I do like the way the squadron codes lap around the wing root on the Mk 1.

 

Regards,

Adrian

I can't take credit for it -- the Owl decals come in two parts to facilitate this.

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An excellent pair of Blenheims PC, the hours of toil are definitely apparent in their twin-engine goodness - well worth it.

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On 5/24/2018 at 4:48 AM, Procopius said:

America, man. Curiously enough, the most famous person I've met is probably Neil Gaiman, a long way afield. I made an idiot of myself, but at least I didn't marry Amanda bloody Palmer.

 

Anyway, to hell with these. Done.

 

41411556005_d6f439c198_h.jpg20180523_211810 by Edward IX, on Flickr

Oh Mr P !

The pair look great ! Very good job, finally tou bent them into submission !

Congrats !

Teething... How glad I am to be out of that... However my daughter has her last teeth getting out...

But it's easier by far, she is now 17...

Am I dreaming ?? Are we back at talking about teeth 😛😂

Dear, I did'nt start it !!

Sincerely.

CC

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