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  1. Wow nice. Unless you look closely at the movie I guess you would never see those details with the colours. Got to remember this post when I build mine
  2. On my next Zoom gab fest I will ask Mike Belcher if he has any interest. Those new Caracl decals are really nice.
  3. Can we start with Italeri's D and go from there? I know there is probably a lot of other stuff to do to make an RCAF Chinook.
  4. Interesting. I know I have seen RAAF C-17s with this mod which the RCAF also has and at the time the USAF did not have them installed. I take that back, not all the USAF C-17s had them installed. No matter i am adjusting mine with the mod as it is an easy fix.
  5. Well if it is still on, I probably would not go. I live in Canada and I am not even sure the border will be open for travel by then so it will all be academic.
  6. Thanks Jake, knew it could not be as simple as that.
  7. Is there a lot too it Jake? Just asking here. From what I have read it is mostly a "robot" in the cockpit in that the space is filled with control boxes. Maybe I should do some more research.
  8. Windscreen decals work fine in 1/144 as I think we are accustomed to that for the airliners. Not sure if possible but maybe seeing an interior on the decal would work? I remember seeing some airliner decals with crew in the decal recently.
  9. i have my Hobbycraft kits in 1/48th so I think I am good but it is very true that it is a rare bird indeed. And if you do find it, it will cost you an arm and two legs. I have a decal sheet from a company that made a resin version but as others have said, the decals are horrible as they come in the kits. Kursad, maybe if you do the decals, this would be the opportunity to combine scales on one sheet/sheets? Also, as you may know already, markings changed depending on the year. Another option to make it even more sellable is to include Malaysian markings since they were the only other user of the Tutor.
  10. Wow I have always liked the JASDF Sabre Dogs. Could never lay my hands on the decals though. I have tow of the Monogram kits already but maybe I can pick up the Mono/Academy version?
  11. What I heard was that the limited edition refers to the white box. I read somewhere that these were produced for one of the hobby shows that had been cancelled. Of course I may be completely wrong and stand to be corrected. As an aside I would like the H version as I did not pick up the previous release.
  12. Well I am happy and can ditch my Italeri ones with the short nacelles. Only have one 1/48th one and that is good enough for me. Had about 6 of the Italeri 1/72nd versions but now down to 2. I have a few of the recent Zvezda airliner kits and they are very nice so I expect that this kit will be too.
  13. Funny this should come up. Lost a part last week. I was even being careful but too much pressure on the tweezers I guess. I was making wire pull handles for an ejection seat and they went poof. Looked for a few minutes and then said screw it. Remade it. I have commercial carpet in my model room for exactly this reason and still lost it.
  14. Sure will have a look. I loved working on old cars and these new ones need a computer degree to fix them.
  15. Nice work on installingthat after the build. How did you do that? I will have to remember this when I get round to mine.
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