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JOCKNEY

Magna Hawker Henley Target Tug TT-111

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During the recent Trainer Group Build here on BM, I decided to build my Magna Hawker Henley. This is only the second Resin kit I have every built, but if you want to build a Henley, you only have this one or the Formaplane vacform.

This is the Work in Progress

 

Please let me know what you think

 

cheers Pat

 

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Well, looking at the parts you had to work with (that first photo in the build log) I think you've wrested a good looking model out of them.

 

Resin, white metal and vac form are a force to be reckoned with when trying to beat them into submission - but I think you've done that.

 

Matt

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Wow, there's one you don't see every day!  Congratulations,

 

bob

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Well done, I’ve had to abandon my Magna Models kit for the time being so I’ve some idea of what you’ve been up against

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22 hours ago, stevej60 said:

Nice job on a rare type Pat!

Thanks very much Steve, really appreciated 

cheers Pat

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Brilliant 

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Great result! I have the kit and occasionally open the box, shudder a bit/lot, close the box and put it back in the stash! You should be pleased with that one and I admire your perseverence!

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On 22/06/2019 at 22:51, Mattlow said:

Well, looking at the parts you had to work with (that first photo in the build log) I think you've wrested a good looking model out of them.

 

Resin, white metal and vac form are a force to be reckoned with when trying to beat them into submission - but I think you've done that.

 

Matt

Hi Matt

 

Thanks very much im pleased with how it turned out.

 

Cheers Pat 

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Nice one, Pat :). Certainly it is unusual... just my cup of tea! ;), and in the gentleman's scale!

 

Martin

 

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One of your best Pat. You have made a fantastic job of it and being a resin kit makes even more impressive. Well done.

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Always cool to see something from off the beaten path. Nice work!

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Lovely job on that Pat, it just looks plain RIGHT to my eye. :)

Steve.

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On 23/06/2019 at 12:04, gingerbob said:

Wow, there's one you don't see every day!  Congratulations,

 

bob

Thanks very much Bob, really pleased you like it. 

It's nice to build something a little different, gives you a chance to learn something new  !

Cheers Pat 

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Unusual to see one of these, nicely done!

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Very nice result. Always good to see something differant and this certainly fits the bill there.

 

Ian

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On 23/06/2019 at 13:18, Avereda said:

Well done, I’ve had to abandon my Magna Models kit for the time being so I’ve some idea of what you’ve been up against

Please persevere with your build, every kit has low points but that just makes it all the more satisfying when you complete them.

Really pleased you like this one, hope it encourages you to finish yours.

Cheers Pat 

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On 23/06/2019 at 21:30, RMCS said:

Brilliant 

Hi @RMCS

Really appreciated thank you 

Cheers Pat 

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On 24/06/2019 at 00:02, Horatio Gruntfuttock said:

Great result! I have the kit and occasionally open the box, shudder a bit/lot, close the box and put it back in the stash! You should be pleased with that one and I admire your perseverence!

Hi HG

 

I would encourage you to have a go, it looks unusual in a good way when it's finished.

 

A bit like a Hurricane that's had too many pies !

 

cheers Pat

 

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Loving that chevron bottom. 🧐

 

brilliant work sir. 🙌👌

 

Johnny

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Anything with black and yellow target towing markings is good for me!

Great work there.

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On 25/06/2019 at 15:26, RidgeRunner said:

Nice one, Pat :). Certainly it is unusual... just my cup of tea! ;), and in the gentleman's scale!

 

Martin

 

Thanks Martin

I really enjoyed making something a little bit different and of course anything other than 1/72 would be just plain rude !

cheers Pat

 

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On 6/26/2019 at 5:56 AM, stevehnz said:

Lovely job on that Pat, it just looks plain RIGHT to my eye. :)

Steve.

Couldn't have put it better meself, nice job.

 

Davey.

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