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  1. Guys, a few days ago I've released my latest product, a correction set for the Zoukei Mura Phantom kits. It rectifies the shape error in the aft fuselage parts, at the engine "shoulders". As you can see, this is not a "drop fit" set - cutting of the fuselage is required as well as some sanding and blending to integrate the replacement parts seamlessly. I do provide self adhesive guide strips though that will give you the precise cutting line, based on existing kit panel lines as well as thorough instructions. I think the Zoukei Mura Phantoms are great kits, probably the best available but the shape problem is there and I wanted to fix it. Whether you care about the shape error or not, whether you think it's worth correcting or not or whether you don't really care for ZM's Phantoms altogether is totally up to you. Decide with your wallet. 😎 The set installed, after blending and primer: Refined surface detail at the chaff/flare bucket door: Cheers, Jeffrey
  2. Good afternoon (here in London...), I've got a new product, actually two, ready for ordering in my web shop. These are T-38 whee sets, an early type applicable to T-38A models until the 70s/80s and a late type for all later T-38A's and the current T-38C model. Both sets are designed for the Wolfpack kit, but may work with other kits (well, if you want something that looks like a proper T-38 in 1:48 there are really no other kits...). The Early set: The Late set: And both types of nose wheels (both are included in each set): Some moulded-on plastic detail needs to be removed from the kit landing gear struts so the new brake assemblies (featuring very delicate detail) can be fitted. Cheers Jeffrey Hypersonic Models
  3. Hi, I'm glad the forum is back up and even the warnings have disappeared! Just over three weeks to the IPMS UK nationals in Telford and I'm accepting orders for the show, incl the usual 10% discount. Currently my 1:48 Phantom Mc tanks and the Skywarrior engine sets are out of stock, but I'm casting stock for the show and you can order them for the show as well if you notify me by email, PM or FB. If you're ordering from abroad, you can also take advantage of the current rock bottom value of the Pound Sterling!! I'm trying my best to have two types of Skywarrior canopies ready for the show as well as two types of T-38 wheel sets. I'm still waiting for sufficient numbers of pristine clear casts to arrive (fingers crossed!) so here are some pictures of the canopies assembled from test casts: Early bomber type: Late bomber type: T-38 wheel CAD and WIP of the print masters: As getting these ready will be a last-ditch operation you can't pre-order them, whatever numbers get ready will be at my table, 1st come 1st served. Cheers Jeffrey
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