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  1. Very interesting. I see you also have a 1/72 set. How much for each scale and where can we order?
  2. I think those look great and will fill the need perfectly. Now you just need to make two more sets for a normal load out.
  3. Those look like VIP seats on won’t be on that bird. VH-34D had different fuselage windows. Here is what the interior should be. http://svsm.org/gallery/UH-34/IMGP7704 Some VH-34 pics https://web.ipmsusa3.org/content/vh-34d-marine-one-helicopter
  4. One of the big ones is the exhaust, US H-34 only have one of two types on the port side only if looking top down. Windows can be another difference. Choice of landing gear for timeframe. Just off the top of my head.
  5. The bird is looking pretty good. Tim, Ray posted on here about 8 years ago when Gallery kit came out. The first Flatiron birds. There was another thread/post with about 4 or 5 more pics of the bird.
  6. I was just going to check their website. Kotey used to post here. ☹️
  7. If you look head on to the hind, the wings and intakes are not level. Leans left (13d if I recall) by design. Do a search flankerman has a photo on here with lines to help see the twist.
  8. Gabor, you truly are a rivet counter. 😃 I knew the Hind a bunch but that is well a lot.
  9. Yeah, I think for most a decal option will be good enough. For what they have mentioned about this kit, makes sense. For the rest, hopefully a resin company will help out otherwise scratchbuilding it will be.
  10. Vlad, As you have already taken a look, can you share your insight for us non-expert Hind fans? Thanks.
  11. Gabor, Thanks. I swear I looked at that sprue a few times and totally missed it.
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