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  1. Looking for: Canuck Models #009-72 1/72 CF-101 Voodoo Special Schemes decal. I will pay for decal and shipping to Florida. Please PM me with details. R/ Dutch
  2. Looking for: Canuck Models #009-72 1/72 CF-101 Voodoo Special Schemes decal. I will pay for decal and shipping to Florida. Please PM me with details. R/ Dutch
  3. Thanks Don, I already have the MS sheet! Just wanted the Canuck Models decal because I believe it to be better researched and a better decal. I will keep looking. R/ Dutch
  4. Blank! Canuck Models is out of the decal business! I have ben searching for his 1/72 #009-72 CF-101 Voodoo special markings set for some time now.
  5. I think that is a mock-up. I say this for two reasons. It does not depict a production S-76. The tail boom of the aircraft in question is wrong. It has a straight bottom and the top rakes downward to the rear, while the S-76 tailboom has a staight top and the bottom rakes up to the rear. Also the vertical tail fin extends well above the tail rotor attachment point. The cabin and engine / rotor housing do appear to be from a S-76. The S-76 was developed about the time of the SRR contract to replace the S-62/H-52 Seaguard, (which was won by the Aerspatilae AS-365/H-65 Dolphin.) So this may have been one proposal for that contract. The MRR replacement contract to replace the HH-3F Pelican came much later, (which was won by the S-70/HH-60J.) Interesting!
  6. Dave, I'm out of town at the moment, but will return home in a bit. How soon until this is in the mail? R/ Dutch
  7. Yes, I had a kit go from the Florida panhandle west to New Orleans and sit for over a week. So I opened a case with USPS and it finally arrived after about two weeks. Strange! R/ Dutch
  8. Woohoo! Yes, very nice work there, Andrew!
  9. Ah so, desuka! Well, keep us posted when she moves off the shelf of doom.
  10. Don, Any more progress now that you have the correct aft fuselage teardrop shaped antennae? K/r, Dutch
  11. AV 0, Where can I order one of Kurt's KC-135s? There is no link in the Airlinercafe post. I am a member, but can't remember my pw to log in. K/r, Dutch
  12. I will second Paul's request for a 1/72 sheet. And markings for a F-94B of the 133rd FIS, NH ANG with the Wildcat badge, please? K/r, Dutch
  13. Okay, I have had my kit and the early version of the 3D nozzles for a few months now, and have to build the kit in the next month as a retirement gift for an office co-worker. I do love the 3D nozzles. The level of detail is 4x bettet than the kit. The kit nozzles are 2-4x better than previous kit releases, so that is saying something! I will create a build post on SCM. K/r, Dutch
  14. Thanks, Tommy, I know. I bought the book from you at the IPMS Nats in Chattanooga last August. 😎
  15. Darren, PM sent. Other than Sprue Brothers, do you supply any other vendors? I was just fixing to place an order at the end of the month, and now two of the four items I want are OOS. Argh! K/r, Dutch
  16. I also have some F-110A Spectre photos. K/r, Dutch
  17. I just spent the last two hours digging through my F4H material, including the Tommy Thomason book, several Smoke Trails, a few old b&w monographs, and some McAir material. I have not yet started going through my periodicals and IPMS journals. Somewhere, I have a whole article on the evolution of the intakes somewhere around here. K/r, Dutch
  18. Mike, Yes! Excellent suggestion. I also have some early USAF F-110A Spectre photos I will forward to Kursad. I think that this is shaping up rather nicely. K/r, Dutch
  19. Stefan, My Brigade set is in the closet, but I will get it out in a couple of days and post photos. I think it only depicts the first two prototype YF4H-1 (BuNos 142259 and 142260). Hence my purchase of the Falcon Vac set as well. The configuration of the early F4H-1s was constantly changing, with different intake ramp designs, NACA verses scoop cooling inlets, radar nose shapes, cockpit configuration, etc... So careful study is required for the particular aircraft and the timeframe desired. Busy now, but will devote a little more time later. K/r, Dutch
  20. Kursad, Funny you should mention that. I just spent the last two hours digging through my F4H material, including the Tommy Thomason book, several Smoke Trails, a few old b&w monographs, and some McAir material. I have not yet started going through my periodicals and IPMS journals. Let me know what you need. K/r, Dutch
  21. Jonah, I remember taking a photo of an H from Minot at an airshow during early 90s with the Candy stripe. I will see if I can dig it up.
  22. Aha! So I guess McDonnell F4H/F4H-1 is not modern enough? 😁😎
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