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HL-10

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About HL-10

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  • Birthday 06/02/1965

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  1. I grew up watching Gerry Anderson's shows, Stingray, Thunderbirds, & Captain Scarlet. I have the Dinky SPV, but always wanted a bigger model. Fortunately Studio2 Models produced a "Studio Scale" model (about 1/16th) in fibreglass & resin. I scratch built the interior and converted a toy figure into Captain Scarlet. Thanks for looking 🙂
  2. Hi, Does anyone have the crew figures that come with the Airfix 1/24th scale Ju87 B Stuka which they do not need? Thanks 🙂
  3. Cracking job mate! That kit is a monster! You've done a fantastic piece of modelling
  4. Hi, does anyone have Paragon designs set for the OV10 Bronco in 1/48th they would be willing to sell? many thanks.
  5. I'm not usualy a fan of "What Ifs" schemes, but this one does appeal to me. The Eagle looks good in S.E.A. cammo, and I like the way it's been backdated by swapping the ACES seats for an earlier type. Excellent work!
  6. This is an out of the box build of the Airfix 48th scale Sea Vixen. Painted with Humbrol enamels. Thanks for looking.
  7. WOW! An amazing looking project. It wouldn't look out of place in "Captain Scarlet" or "Joe 90". Very impressive.
  8. I have started work on this set. The etched parts have clear fold lines, and the parts are of a good thickness so there is virtually no distortion when folding the parts: This is a dry fit of the brass parts and my scratch built parts. The seats are well designed, and although they appear complicated, they fold well and fit together neatly: The centre console and overhead switch panel have brass detail parts too: .
  9. Received my set. Very impressive! Not just etched brass, but plastic rod & blocks, wire, clear film, and a CD withthe instuctions and The Gemini technical manuals plus reference photos!!!! Well worth it!
  10. I built this a while back. I added Belcher Bits engines,smooth tyres, and their 4000lb "Cookie",as the kit one was under sized, and I added a photo etch set from Flight Path, which included the flaps. I replaced the small bomb aimer's blister with the later large version from Falcon and I moved the radio opperator's window aft to the correct location. The model was painted with Humbrol enamels,and is in the markings of 166 Squadron
  11. Revell are re-releasing their 48th Mercury/Gemini kit in June http://www.cybermodeler.com/special/2012_space_subj.shtml I know it means buying the whole kit, but there are 3 astronauts in the kit and, they are great models of those spacecraft.
  12. Fantastic build! I love the weathered finish you have achieved. Excellent model.
  13. It looks fantastic! I can't wait to receive mine as I want to get my Gemini finished. Its been a project I've had on my "To do list" for years.
  14. While waiting for the detailing set from LVM Studios to arrive, I got on with the two astronauts. Ed White has had some major surgery: While James McDivitt only needed some minor work and some make up!
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