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Trojan Thunder

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  1. The FAA subject matter is quite obscure @Dutch, not sure if many would be interested.
  2. What scale are you talking Mark? 1/72?
  3. So Si, are you keeping count of how many slivers of plastic you are attaching tot he model? I think you have mentioned before, but are you making the resin parts yourself?
  4. Thanks guys, not one of my best. Had issues with glue on the windscreen. Glad to have it off the bench.
  5. FS15123 is the gloss version of the colour you are looking for, no match but a colour swatch here which may help you track down a close colour.
  6. Cheers Andy, I must have skimmed over that part when admiring all those great pictures!
  7. Love a nice Sea King build Andy. nicely done, where did you source the decals for this build?
  8. Mark, I have a few of their newer kits and while they will never be Tamiya , etc quality, I think they are getting better. You still need to clean up parts, there seems to be less flash. Some of the later kits I have include the Argosy, Comet, Learjet and Squirrel Helo
  9. Here is a just completed Harrier. I started with a Revell boxing of the Hasegawa Harrier GR7 and decided to build it as a USMC machine form VMA-214. Of course there are a few differences between the two marks, I tried to replicate most of them. I part of an Eduard etch set in the cockpit, a Pavla ejection seat and exhausts and speed break form Quickboost. Decals are from a Wolfpak sheet.
  10. The F-111G (RAAF Markings) kit is due in September this year.
  11. 18 -22" gives you a 1/72 B737- 200 or 300 fuselage, you are looking at a 2 - 3" diameter in that scale. For a new 1/72 737-200 from PK (full kit) your are looking in $100 ball park.
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