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corsaircorp

Another unusual payload !! A-1H Skyraider in Viet Nam !!

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On 9/20/2019 at 6:09 PM, 72modeler said:

Good thing the dive angle was shallow, otherwise there would have been a great likelihood of the s---literally hitting the fan! ( I will get my coat and join  @cngaero!)

Mike

Seemingly, the Sani Flush has howled in protest all along its way to the ground....

Don't know about the efficiency of such a weapon...

Well, figuring out about a kitchen sink now !!

 

On 9/20/2019 at 11:15 PM, RMCS said:

Excellent 

Thank you Sir !

 

21 hours ago, bbudde said:

Hello CC That looks very beautiful. Like the decent wheatering on the notorious parts very much.

Cheers

Thanks Benedikt

Really glad that you appreciated !!

 

21 hours ago, busnproplinerfan said:

Where did you find a toilet in any scale besides doll house scale? Was it full when they dropped it? nice Skyraider to.

Hello BPL, Here I used the Brengun kit, complete with PE and decals

I wonder about it too... Germ warfare ?? But the contents will surely be placated on the wing in flight...:evil_laugh:

So I suppose that the mechanics resisted the temptation !!

 

18 hours ago, Meatbox8 said:

Terrific.  Thanks for sharing. That's a great paint finish as well.

Thank you, I like the weathering on the Skyraider, one can let loose and stay realistic !!

 

15 hours ago, uncletommy said:

Brengun makes it in 1/72, 1/48, and 1/32.

Exactly Sir ! Brengun it is !!

 

14 hours ago, stevehnz said:

In fact, after reading @uncletommy's post I realised it was the Hasegawa kit in "Gentleman's" scale I was thinking of, alas a kit I missed out on, not sure who did what in 48th. Sorry for the bum steer. :D 

Steve

Hello Steve !

Gentlemen scale ??? Tssss

What did Gentlemen mean please ??  :tease:

 

11 hours ago, giemme said:

I don't know how I missed this, CC - excellent job :clap: :clap: 

 

Ciao

Hello Giorgio !!

Easy to miss a CC thread since the guy is playing "Whack a mole" everytimes !!

9 hours ago, Getting Old said:

wow that's brilliant, I've liked that picture for years and now you have brought it to life again. Well done :thumbsup:

Well thank you very much !!

 

Thanks for the kind words, it's very supportive !!

Sincerely.

CC

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9 hours ago, Pete in Lincs said:

Great model of a great Aircraft. Nice one, CC!

Thank you Pete !! 

Now, I'll crack on my Rocs, I started to buy ammo for SMW !!

 

Well as I promised it, here are daylight pics !

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Then, I think that my heart stopped pounding since I saw my 🤬 of Black cat trying to make a hug to the Spad

Luckily, nothing went wrong and Bakhti get away miffled !!

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Now a pic of the cause and effects !!

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First, the Spitfire bring you some beer and then you need bogs !! 

Nice collaboration indeed !! winner team !!

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Then... I bought this...

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I think that I will die with my plastic addiction.... There's no cure...

Thank you again Gentlemen !!

CC

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7 minutes ago, corsaircorp said:

What did Gentlemen mean please ??  :tease:

Why, I thought everyone knew that. ;)  1/72 of course, unlike 1/48 which i understand is referred to as larrikin's scale. :D

Steve.

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Superb outdoor pics, CC! :clap:

 

Is the price tag on that Kitty Hawk kit in Euro?  :frantic: :frantic:

 

Ciao

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Good model, the kit looks good.  The panel lines appear to be quite deep on the fuselage?   

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I can feel a flush coming on, after seeing these photos...

 

All joking aside, you have done a great job on this "Spad". It is a real tribute to your building and painting skills. 

 

Thanks for sharing with us.

 

Chris.  

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CC,

 

That is one awesome Spad! Love it, love it, love it! I would love to have been there and seen the look on Charlie's face when he saw that crapper whistling down on his position...you know what they say, "S--- happens!"

Mike

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Aren't there wartime tales of RAF Bomber Command crews dropping full Elsans as well as the typical ordnance of the day?

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Stonking piece of hardware you've braced us with Cc!

Fantastic to see it. :clap2:

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On 9/22/2019 at 6:23 AM, stevehnz said:

Why, I thought everyone knew that. ;)  1/72 of course, unlike 1/48 which i understand is referred to as larrikin's scale. :D

Steve.

Aaaaaahhh !! 1/72ers !! The oldest aircraft modelling squabbling Methink !!

I appreciate 1/72 for large aircrafts like B-36, B-52 but, I have more fun with 1/48... Sorry about that !!

 

On 9/22/2019 at 10:03 AM, giemme said:

Superb outdoor pics, CC! :clap:

 

Is the price tag on that Kitty Hawk kit in Euro?  :frantic: :frantic:

 

Ciao

Oh yes, it's the price tag in Euro, but I did'nt pay that price...

CC's negociations are somewhat though ones !!

I did'nt spent 4 years in Africa for nothing...

 

On 9/22/2019 at 12:33 PM, Bear Paw said:

Good model, the kit looks good.  The panel lines appear to be quite deep on the fuselage?   

If you talk about the Skyraider, I'll say that the panel lines are good to me

If this is about the Banshee, I'll say that it is better than the Testor one.... :whistle:

 the Monogram skyraider will be fully engraved and I pay great care about that.

 

On 9/22/2019 at 2:48 PM, spruecutter96 said:

I can feel a flush coming on, after seeing these photos...

 

All joking aside, you have done a great job on this "Spad". It is a real tribute to your building and painting skills. 

 

Thanks for sharing with us.

 

Chris.  

Thank you Sir !!

Do not let Joking aside, all my thread are joking and bantering natural preservation areas !!

 

 

On 9/22/2019 at 6:46 PM, 72modeler said:

CC,

 

That is one awesome Spad! Love it, love it, love it! I would love to have been there and seen the look on Charlie's face when he saw that crapper whistling down on his position...you know what they say, "S--- happens!"

Mike

And the winner is .... Drums rolling !!! Mike !

That's the most relevant joke of the thread so far...

Sure !! Imagine the VC officer writing a letter to the family of the fallen one....

I have the sad duty to inform you that your son has been smashed by a toilet....

Okay, I will be considered as offensive if I ever live in So Cal !

 

On 9/22/2019 at 7:13 PM, Steve Coombs said:

Aren't there wartime tales of RAF Bomber Command crews dropping full Elsans as well as the typical ordnance of the day?

Klunk !! Steve ! You sparked my interest !!

I've heard once of this !! but did'nt found any evidences !!

 

On 9/22/2019 at 8:49 PM, TheBaron said:

Stonking piece of hardware you've braced us with Cc!

Fantastic to see it. :clap2:

I really feel honoured Dear Baron !!

Now... the kitchen sink !!

 

On 9/22/2019 at 9:47 PM, Convair said:

Very nice model! And its payload is more correct than the one I used...😁

 

 

Nice one Sir !! Congratulations !!

Then you created your toilets from scratch !! That's a achievement !!

And in the almost so called "Gentlemen scale", that will be pleasant for our Dear @stevehnz.... :cheers:

 

Well Thank you gentlemen !!

Roc aside... The next one will surely be a gull winged bird...

Take care of yourselves !!

Aaaaand Happy modelling !!

Sincerely.

CC  

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Bloody brilliant!!!! The finish is jaw dropping and the outdoor shot are wonderful. 🤗🤗

 

Johnny.

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