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  1. I have a SH-60B and an F to do, so good to see yours come together! got some Reskit stuff on the way too!
  2. Latest completed model, The Lancaster cockpit section from HK Models. This is quite large, and I can't begin to imagine how large the whole thing is! I'm not as accomplished as most of you here, but I did a for me, good job. tried some weathering techniques inside, with some worn off metal by chipping the floors and desks etc. hard to see from outside. I used the Eduard Cockpit set as the kit comes with nothing. Surprised really, but I guess we can't get everything we want! Canadian subject because Canada! Anyway, I started this this summer, and completed it today!
  3. Definitely looks to be a B. Short cord tail fin, Tail rotor on the left side. The rest is more difficult. I don't know if the B models had the thumper turret and carried rocket pods, or if they had a sand filter. But the experts will likely take that and run with it. Would be fun as a once in the career project, but it is pricy.
  4. They are indeed both Harward's made to look like Zero's.
  5. Good on ya, I didn't realize it was that much. There is a thread on it somewhere out there by Woody, who made the decals. I'd just leave them myself...
  6. Well... Archer Fine Details has a complete rivet pattern for ya! https://www.archertransfers.com/AR88174.html Cheers H.
  7. Looks like they got the seats correct! that is a start for sure!!
  8. To make the sticky mats sticky again, there is a Krylon spray adhesive that the papercrafters use. They mask the edges off with masking tape and respray. My wife does that. I got the Dspiae "intro" version, just because it's easier than making the mask, annoying the wife for use of the machine, etc.
  9. I'm sure the config would be similar to that of "The Final Countdown" movie. Also gives an excuse to see it again. Some of the best SH-3 scenes of ANY movie if you ask me...
  10. I have a barely used Etch Mate 3C for sale, I have two others, and this one never gets used so I thought I'd see if it'd go to a good home to be loved! I'll ask $50 USD or best offer plus shipping from NEar Winnipeg, Canada. I'll ship anywhere.
  11. Im going to do the YSH-60B LAMPS bird. love that color scheme! Hoping to get an F as well, for the grey scheme
  12. Here is the heating duct, and also some line connectors that were added for free! For comparison and as a handy pointer, I also included the Hendie parts from Shapeways, there are some tail rotor parts available that are really necessary. Also the Scale Warships rotor head. The best part about it is the clear top, as there is an oil reservoir on top. I plan to use the Scale Warship parts for the rotor cradles, to prevent a massive rotor diameter problem. Have many 32nd aircraft to build, and thus get room for more! Here are some boxes and consoles that fit inside the n
  13. I just got a parcel from Italy on FedEx, it went ROME-PARIS-NEW YORK-NEW JERSERY-PARIS-MEMPHIS-WINNIPEG... It did arrive though..
  14. I received a box, with the word "FRAGILE" on it, I thought maybe it was a major award? Anyway, FedEx did their best to destroy it, the Box was practically round, and the tracking said it followed the routing of ROME-PARIS-NEW YORK-PARIS-MEMPHIS-WINNIPEG... I don't know why. but it certainly did a world tour! These parts are extremely well researched, and well printed. I have gotten several other parts from Shapeways, these were cheaper, and the plastic look different, but once I get into it I may do a comparison. Hendie (from Britmodeller) who made the other parts also
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