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Hurricane P3522 - GZ-V - Biggin Hill, August 1940 – with motorised prop - B&W photos added at the end of Post#1


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Definitely an excellent looking build!

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That is so cool, and a great looking Hurricane as well! 😀  I love the pics where one can barely see the arc of the prop tips.   Now, that looks fantastic in my opinion!  :clap2:

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surprised you didn't angle the camera up a touch,  ;) 

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For those unaware, this is the real P3522 GZ-V BTW, not just some random pic.

 

Might be worth adding those distinctive oil stains on the UC doors. 

 

As usual,  great build, fantastic result, beautifully photographed. :goodjob:

 

cheers

T

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I'm quite speechless when I happen to comment your builds, Stix - the risk of repetition is right there. All your fault, BTW, because you keep churning out impeccably built and painted kits, and produce outstanding photographic documentation to present them! :D 

 

:worthy: :clap:  Another masterpiece!

 

Ciao

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That's super cool, I really like it

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5 hours ago, SAT69 said:

Definitely an excellent looking build!

Thank you very much SAT69. :thumbsup:

Kind regards,

Stix

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That's excellent work , some B & W pics to go with the real thing and who would know the difference ???

 

I take it you have used the miniature motors , looking at the wiring ??

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Excellent!  

 

I really like this especially with the motorised prop - this with your diorama gives a good impression of the aircraft fired up and ready to taxi - wonderful

 

Regards

 

Dave

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6 hours ago, IanC said:

Wonderful. Those last couple of photos are especially good!

Hi Ian. Thank you very much for your very kind comments. :thumbsup:

Kind regards,

Stix

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7 hours ago, Gary Brantley said:

That is so cool, and a great looking Hurricane as well! 😀  I love the pics where one can barely see the arc of the prop tips.   Now, that looks fantastic in my opinion!  :clap2:

Hi Gary. Thank you very much for your very kind comments. :thumbsup:

Kind regards,

Stix

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I love it Stix,...... one of the best Hurricane`s I have seen,...... and I love the 32 Sqn markings,...... motorising it is just the icing on the cake,...... fabulous mate!

Cheers

           Tony

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6 hours ago, RMCS said:

Outstanding 

Cheers!! Thank you.

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Stix

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19 hours ago, Troy Smith said:

 

surprised you didn't angle the camera up a touch,  ;) 

 

For those unaware, this is the real P3522 GZ-V BTW, not just some random pic.

 

Might be worth adding those distinctive oil stains on the UC doors. 

 

As usual,  great build, fantastic result, beautifully photographed. :goodjob:

 

cheers

T

Hi Troy. Good point!! I should have studied the research more!! If I get chance I may try and take a more elevated photo!! And thank you - as always - for your support and encouragement and your very kind comments. :thanks:

Kind regards,

Stix

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On 13/10/2020 at 16:02, giemme said:

I'm quite speechless when I happen to comment your builds, Stix - the risk of repetition is right there. All your fault, BTW, because you keep churning out impeccably built and painted kits, and produce outstanding photographic documentation to present them! :D 

 

:worthy: :clap:  Another masterpiece!

 

Ciao

Hi Giorgio. Thank you, as always, for your way too kind comments.  :thanks:

Hope you and yours are all well.

Kind regards, 

Stix

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On 13/10/2020 at 16:05, F-32 said:

That's super cool, I really like it

Hi F-32 and thank you very much for your kind comments.  :thumbsup:

Kind regards, 

Stix

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