wezra

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  1. Strange how they've not responded to any of my attempts to get a shipping price from them, maybe I should just order and wait but it clearly states contact them first to get shipping prices for international orders. Anyone done orders from outside of the states recently?
  2. Hi, I've tried to contact them via email/skype etc to get a price to ship stuff to the UK and I've had no response. Just wanted to check with anyone here if they are still trading? Cheers Matt.
  3. Just be aware he does not accept any form of credit/debit card except the german eurocard. So if you want to buy anything (and there is BOATLOADS to choose from) get some cash from the Hamburger Sparkasse bank which is just 2 mins walk away from the shop. Bloody good bakery near by also for coffee :)
  4. Excellent news, I will so be buying a set of these to go with the HB kit. Will you be providing enough decals to do each of the prototypes on one sheet do you think? I guess ordering will be through your website? Matt
  5. Did anyone spot the SU-27 listed in the potential Jan releases? I'm guessing it's a repop of Academy's SU-27 + some resin/etch and funky markings. But seriously 135.00 ?? I'm not even sure if that is euros or usd, if it's euros that's CRAZY money! Matt
  6. Good little review drewe, nice to see airfix continuing their current trend of nicely detailed kits. Thanks for that!
  7. Hi, I'm wondering if anyone or someone knows somewhere online that has the aeromaster decal sheet (1/48) emils in foreign service, product code 48-034? Drop me a PM please if anyone has anything. All the best Matt.
  8. Email sent re. a couple of books. Matt
  9. I can only speak for the P-40N, its a wonderful kit, being the Mauve 1/48 moulding with some excellent accessories. The mauve kit is still widely considered one of the nicest late P-40 mouldings out there, lovely surface detail, goes together like a dream, reasonably accurate, far less complicated than the hasegawa offerings. cockpit detail is a little sparse, but thats why the eduard boxing is so nice, you get all the photo etch and resin to sort out the cockpit I've got a few of them in the stash and am always on the lookout for more mauve and eduard p-40's when they come up for sale. Matt *sorry for the double post, some error came up*
  10. I can only speak for the P-40N, its a wonderful kit, being the Mauve 1/48 moulding with some excellent accessories. The mauve kit is still widely considered one of the nicest late P-40 mouldings out there, lovely surface detail, goes together like a dream, reasonably accurate, far less complicated than the hasegawa offerings. cockpit detail is a little sparse, but thats why the eduard boxing is so nice, you get all the photo etch and resin to sort out the cockpit I've got a few of them in the stash and am always on the lookout for more mauve and eduard p-40's when they come up for sale. Matt
  11. Super looking pit there! With the Surfacer 1200, what sort of ratio of thinners you mixing at, and what sort of pressure are you spraying at? Just curious as the finish is lovely! Matt
  12. An extremely low and loud RAF Apache Longbow buzzed right over our farm yesterday lunchtime, happened quite a lot over the last few weeks. They're are low enough to see the markings on them!
  13. Hi All, Quick question, does anyone know if the aforementioned kit is a hasegawa repop? Here's a pic of a the box. Thanks in advance.. Matt