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Probably posted this before, but here is my 1979 Airfix Lancaster completed in 2013 with scratch built interior detail, fully rubbed down and scribed panels.

LM550, AS-B "Beer", 166 Squadron, RAF Kirmington, July 1944.

Cheers (he says sipping on a Monteith's Summer Ale),

Matt

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Looks like we have had a rush on with all those Lancasters added . . . . more to come I'm sure

Every one a beaut :bouncy:

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Another 166 Squadron kite from Kirmmington : AS-X -- ME720 Lost 27/28th April 1944

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Kirmmington village Church in the background on the above photo.

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9 Squadron Lancaster WS-J -- NG206

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These are a couple of years old but still to be part of the diorama

100 Squadron March 1943

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One I built earlier. 'Special Duty Flight' stationed at RAF Binbrook; 4 squadrons donated aircraft and crews for this No1 Group target marking force at the end of April '44. Gained some success and the white tail-plane and rudder/fins markings came as more daylight Ops were flown.

Believed outside pressure put paid to the SDF's expansion and all SDF crews and aircraft returned to their respective parent squadron by the start of August '44.

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I like it for sure !! Bob H.

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From the Dambuster movie . .  . another Airfix kit

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Some recent builds for my RAF Station diorama (1/3 builds) All Airfix 08002 versions

'C Flight' 100 Squadron --  G - George

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Q - Queenie

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K - King

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Thanks for looking in.

Ian

 

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Stunning models as usual Ian and beautifully presented and photographed.

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Here's my Tamiya 1/48 Lancaster.  I used the Belcher Bits nacelles and wheels.  Tamiya MK. I Spitfire.  I am working on a bomb train to go with it.

 

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21 hours ago, jeaton01 said:

Here's my Tamiya 1/48 Lancaster.  I used the Belcher Bits nacelles and wheels.  Tamiya MK. I Spitfire.  I am working on a bomb train to go with it.

 

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Very neat Lancaster and those Belcher bits certainly improves the look of the engines 

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Now I'm tempted to buy the Belcher Bits engine parts. It looks really good.                                  Bob H.

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Two new build from me for 2017.

First Phantom of the Ruhr -  from Airfix 1980s kit.

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Then Johnny Walker - Still Going Strong.  same kit, but BBMF gloss finish

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Finally an Airfix model from the 1960s kit.  Donated to Jet Age.  I repaired and finished it as Mickey the Moocher

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This one arrived painted gloss brown, gross interior, no props.

 

Think I did her justice.

 

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