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Trojan Thunder

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  • Birthday 10/17/1962

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    Adelaide, Australia
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    1/72 Australian Defence Force aircraft, Airliners, Multi engined transports

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  1. I also thought the Flightpath engines were OOP, I had an old link to the website for the engines and it was dead so after a quick look around I could not find them on the website, his menu system is not intuitive (to me at least!).
  2. Flightpath in the UK did a set some years ago, here is a discussion about them from 2015 It looks like Contrails still have theirs available - Link
  3. Ahh yes, the Planet Models kit, I had a very old Uncle Les Nomad for some years and off loaded it, it was a garage resin kit. I assume you are making your own decals for the Basset?
  4. interesting project, I did not know there were any Bassets fly in Oz, The Nomad looks great, which kit did you use?
  5. Yes, it is an easy kit with 42 parts.
  6. Looks great, you did a great job getting it together and sorting out the gap issues
  7. I agree with these guys, look forward to more progress Fred
  8. I managed about the same as last year, with 3 being rescued from the Shelf of Doom (all my 1/144 completions) which were my last 3 finished for the year, and one a strip and repaint of an older build. 5 were RAAF subjects for my club's delayed RAAF 100 display and a number of others for GBs around the Interwebs. Here they are in no particular order. 1/72 Airfix Ilyushin IL-28 Beagle, Finnish AF 1/72 Airfix North American RA-5C Vigilante, RVAH-12 USN 1/72 Hasegawa McDonnell Douglas F/A-18A Hornet, 77SQN RAAF 1/72 Hasegawa Lockhee
  9. I agree with Don, that is a fine job and I'd have it in my display case!
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