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milktrip

1/72 SA.330 Puma Bristows G-BERG

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Hello,

I would like to present my 1/72 SA.330 Puma in Bristow’s livery.  Based around Sumburgh, Shetland & Dyce, Aberdeen circa 1979.

Airfix kit with Whirlybirds resin conversion for the radar and sponsons.  Decals were a mix from my spares.  Certainly not my best effort but I am pleased with it. 

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Thanks for looking

Aaron

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That looks a very nice build. Keep meaning to build an RAF one, but never got round to it

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Beautiful model, well done!

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Beautiful job,is she the same model that was Flight 56C in the mid nineties....

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6 minutes ago, Vince1159 said:

Beautiful job,is she the same model that was Flight 56C in the mid nineties....

Thanks all. 

Im afraid I don’t know Vince. These were used before my time offshore. 

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9 minutes ago, milktrip said:

Thanks all. 

Im afraid I don’t know Vince. These were used before my time offshore. 

Thanks milktrip,hopefully someone that knows will see this and reply...

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Wow, that is a fabulous model.Superbly built and finished.

 

IIRCC The 332 Super Puma was becoming established by the mid 90's.I left Dyce in the autumn of 95.

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Very, very nice.  Glad to see a Puma in any variant.

 

Regards

 

Tim

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Outstanding 

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Beautiful work, she looks gorgeous. Bravo, and thanks for sharing her with us!

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I like it too so you're not alone Aaron.

Good work on a relatively unusual subject - thanks for showing.

Nicely done!

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Thats a superb build by any standards Aaron,given the base kit you had to work with more so!

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Unbelievable what you have done with that old Airfix kit. Interesting livery also. I like the model very much!

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Hi Aaron,

Generally I'm not into helicopters much but I like this one! Nice level of detail and subtle weathering gives it a real workhorse look, very impressed!

Cheers,

Ian

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Very nice. 

 

Whoever designed that nose radar fit wasn't too concerned with the aethstetics. Function over Form!

 

I have the Heller Bobcat 1/72 Super Puma in the Bristows scheme. Hope it comes out as good as this.

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Very smart, good to see something a little different.

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