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Something I built just over a year ago now and forgotten about. Not even taken it to shows or the club. So you nice people here get to see it first! ICM kit from the box. Found it to be a very good fitting kit with very few issues. Alclad I think I used fro the silver finish and Xtracrylix Red Arrow red( too orange for the Reds really) to represent the dayglo-ish areas.

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Very nice build - looks perfect from here.

 

Cheers,

Michael

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Love the type and your model really does it justice.

Excellent work.

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What's not to like about a Twin Beech - especially one as nice as that!

 

Keith

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thanks all.

 

I'd like to try another one and use the Belcher Bits resin conversion.

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Uh oh, I think I'm going to have to get out my Twin Beech kit again!

 

Very "straightforward" and attractive result, Paul.  It's certainly a type that will provide no end of paint schemes...

 

bob

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Really nice Beech there, great job

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