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    Zac in NZ
  • Birthday 08/08/1987

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    Whanganui, New Zealand
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    Warbirds, agricultural aircraft, helicopters

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  1. Thank you gents, I'm very grateful for your advice!
  2. Hi all, A friend has gifted me the Revell boxing of the classic 1/72 AD-5/A-1E Skyraider and I'd like to model 52673 as included in the instructions (the same aircraft is an option in the Matchbiox 1/48 kit). In the Detail and Scale book it's stated none of the drop tanks are correct, so what do I need to a) replace the kit parts and 2) equip it for a mission? I'd like to use at least some of those chunky, moulded-on pylons! Thanks in advance!
  3. That's fair, thanks for responding 🙂
  4. Did you ever release the 1/72 version?
  5. Thank you, now I just need the rest of the airframe! 😅
  6. I asked. Their response indicated there are more pressing matters in their country to deal with first.
  7. Given AMP's increasing range of helicopter kits I've suggested a JetRanger in various scales to MikroMir, they have shown some interest however they have more pressing concerns right now. I for one would love 206Bs with high skids in 1/48 and 1/32.
  8. I've just asked but given MikroMir is based in Ukraine I expect they have more pressing matters. Fingers crossed all is well with their team.
  9. I sent a Facebook private message to MikroMir about the 1/32 TH-55:
  10. Beautiful work CB, what a stunner!
  11. I like it! I'm not familiar with that colour scheme, it's rather pleasing.
  12. I hate to be "that guy" but there's an existing thread here. 😉
  13. Thank you gents! ...although one of the team responsible for her importation to Australia pointed out a missing wing roundel!
  14. Hi all, This Mitchell, 44-86791, was restored in the USA in the early 1980s for an Australian group called Aero Heritage which had been searching for a B-25 to fly as a warbird to acknowledge the type's RAAF service. Ownership later passed to the Australian War Memorial which controversially sold the aircraft to the Yanks Air Museum at Chino, where it remains today. This is the old Italeri 1/72 Mitchell kit built basically out-of-the box with DK Decals for the RAAF markings, while the distinctive Esso tiger noseart was designed and printed for my by a friend in the UK. Thank you
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