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I wish you had posted pictures of the first build for the differences in that build and this one.  Regardless, this build is simply breathtaking.  The weathering is sublime but effective.  A really nice representation of the Havoc.  Thanks for sharing.

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28 minutes ago, georgeusa said:

I wish you had posted pictures of the first build for the differences in that build and this one.  Regardless, this build is simply breathtaking.  The weathering is sublime but effective.  A really nice representation of the Havoc.  Thanks for sharing.

As I wrote the first kit was done in May 1994, and there is no picture between how it looked and the model shown. It is called evolution through experience. Cheers.

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I understand.  It is always a shock when I look at the oldest models I have and compare them to the most recent builds.  I always wonder how on earth I could have thought what I did in the past was even an adequate build much less not too shabby quality.

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46 minutes ago, georgeusa said:

I understand.  It is always a shock when I look at the oldest models I have and compare them to the most recent builds.  I always wonder how on earth I could have thought what I did in the past was even an adequate build much less not too shabby quality.

Exactly!

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4 hours ago, Maginot said:

Turned out a treat. Yes, the riveting and weathering is excellent. How about an Aussie one now, Cobber?

 I am running out of space, a Beaufort is in sight but then no more twin engines bombers!Cheers.

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