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FTS`s X-Wing 3 (42.9%)
Beowulf`s Klingon Cruiser 4 (57.1%)
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Delboy's photo finds, long forgotten.

Posted by Olde Farte (Moderator) at Yesterday, 9:01 AM. 8 comments

Sorting through my photo album I came across these 3 prop jobs, :sofa there are some more but I think you've seen them and they are modern types.

Spitfire Mk-XII 1/48th Commission but origins and destination unknown.

Posted ImageSpitfire Mk XII.jpg 4 by Derek Reeve, on Flickr

Hurricane 1/48th Commission again origins and also Mk unknown but residing in the Irish Republic now. Loose pitot on this was repaired before despatch.

Posted ImageHurricane 4 by Derek Reeve, on Flickr

Lockheed Vega 1/72nd review build for SAM again origins unknown.

Posted ImageVega 3 by Derek Reeve, on Flickr

Junkers Ju 88A-4

Posted by Johni044 (Members) at Apr 18 2018, 07:38 PM. 8 comments

Make: Revell
Scale: 1:72
Kit Number: 04672
Model: Junkers Ju 88A-4
Markings: 9./KG 30 Adler-Gerschwader, Catania, Sicily, Italy, June 1941
Paint Method: Brush Painted
Paints Used: Revell Aquacolor
Decals Fixing: Humbrol Decalfix
Weathering: Flory Dark and Brown washes
Varnishes: Humbrol Clear & Revell Matt Aquacolor
Aftermarket: None
Scratch Build: Wing aerial, I broke the kits picking it up.

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This is my attempt at the 2011 issued kit from Revell, and what a great kit it is, it fits together faultlessly and any issues were only due to my own ham fistedness.

It is completely out of the box using the colours recommended in the instructions. Superlatives fail me, loved making this.

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Thanks for looking.

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