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gingerbob

1/32 Danish Spitfire PR.XI... I think!

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...or perhaps a Hasegawa Draken, because I bet nobody else will be doing one of those :wink:

...or very unlikely, a 1/48 vac Pyry

 

So if it is, in fact, the Spitfire, it will use the Alley Cat conversion, some decals from somebody else (because I happened to get the Norwegian decal version), and, unless it simply doesn't work out, the Revell Spit IX because I don't want to bugger up a Tamiya Spitfire (I've got other ways to do that in mind, muahahaha...)

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Dear Gingerbob

If you decide to build this as a Norwegian version then it is best to buy the Vingtor decal set. There are several errors on the Norwegian Alleycat set.

regards Toby

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Thanks, but no, definitely Danish- aesthetically probably the most beautiful Spitfires of all, with the PRU blue nicely trimmed by the red and white markings.  (No offense intended to the Norwegians!)

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8 hours ago, gingerbob said:

...or very unlikely, a 1/48 vac Pyry

 

I like the unlikely choice! ;) 

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welcome along Bob, and with a Spitfire, I suppose we couldn't have a GB without one lurking somewhere.

 

The scheme sounds really interesting, do you have any photos? Plus you're going big/proper scale as well, you are aiming big for this GB.

 

Good luck with which ever one you decide, it's bound to be an interesting one to follow.

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On 1/15/2020 at 6:39 PM, gingerbob said:

...aesthetically probably the most beautiful Spitfires of all, with the PRU blue nicely trimmed by the red and white markings...

Oh yes! :wub: 

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