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Stefan buysse

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  1. Thanks for the reply, Kursad. No hurry, but I'm certainly looking forward to it. Cheers, Stefan.
  2. Hi, Kursad, When I try to look at the reference page, I get this message... Error 403 - Forbidden You tried to access a document for which you don't have privileges. Is the page not ready yet? Or am I doing something wrong? Cheers, Stefan.
  3. Hi, The decals arrived here safely today. They are totally awesome...every subject on the sheet is one that I'm delighted to see decals for. One subject that I'd really love to build is the version of 157983 with the PMTC badge on the tails. Seeing the decals in person, the gold in the badge is so impressive. Cheers, Stefan.
  4. Hi, My take on the Mk I versus the Mk Ia designation is... It is the same aircraft. Until about late 1940, only simple Mk designations were used, just a Roman numeral and no letter. Then, it was decided to use a letter to indicate armament options. And "a" was usually just rifle caliber MG's, a "b" indicated cannon. There were a few Spitfire Mk I's with experimental 20 mm cannon in 1940, at that time they were known as "Spitfire Mk I Cannon-armed". Later such a Spitfire would have been called "Spitfire Mk Ib", but they weren't around any more. Likewise, standard
  5. Hi, I agree completely with what Michael said. I love that assymetric gray scheme of the 355th TTW. They were so beautiful.💖 I do hope that the F-4 sheet is still on. Cheers, Stefan.
  6. Hi, Were you thinking of Rainbow Ten? They ceased their parts service in 2012. https://www.tapatalk.com/groups/missinglynx/noooooooo-the-rainbow-ten-internet-store-closing-d-t186993.html If anyone knows about other ways to order parts from Japan, I'd also love to hear about it. I'm after some Zoukei Moura Navy style F-4 inner pylons. Cheers, Stefan.
  7. Hi, Does anyone knwo if it is possible to buy separate sprues of ZM kits? I'd love to obtain some extra Navy style inner pylons. Cheers, Stefan.
  8. Thanks for the reply, Hajo. With all the esoteric helicopter models that are available nowadays, it's strange that we don't have a recent HH-43 or HH- 3. Maybe suddenly there will be several at once.🙂 Cheers, Stefan.
  9. Hello, HAJO. Are you sure about that Huskie? I know that Clear Prop did another Kaman helicopter in 1/72 recently, the Seasprite, but I'm not aware of the Huskie. Maybe you were thinking of the AMP 1/48 HOK-1/HUK-1 (the Huskie's dad)? If it was up to me, Clear Prop would certainly do the HH-43 and the HH-3.🙂 Cheers, Stefan.
  10. Very sad.😢 He made decals of interesting subjects and the instructions provided a lot of information. Stefan.
  11. Hi, Oh, yes! I would love some modern well-made F-4J Mig-killer decals. Pretty soon, it'll be the 50th anniversary of a lot of these kills. Cheers, Stefan.
  12. Hi, I didn't see this one coming until it was available: a state of the art Seasprite! https://www.hannants.co.uk/product/CP72002?result-token=gGMTQ I could be wrong, but I figure this is the version that was used for some of those incredibly hairy rescue missions in Vietnam. Anyway, I'd really love a Caracal sheet for this. Cheers, Stefan.
  13. Hi, Does anyone have the instructions that show how these Hasegawa parts go together? I had a look at them a couple of months ago (for a ZM F-4D). I have them from a Hasegawa F-4E, but I don't think that it's shown in the F-4E instructions how they should be glued together. With the loose parts, I found several ways that they could be put together and it wasn't obvious to me which surface of the launcher should be glued to the pylon. Or even exactly where on the pylon they should be attached. Cheers, Stefan.
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