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  1. I could watch these JASDF Eagles all day. Some of the best colour schemes to ever adorn the most beautiful (in my eyes) jet. Thanks for sharing the video. Strange choice of background music though....
  2. @Shoggz, that’s awesome news. Well done. When do you plan on getting started?
  3. Fascinating and civilised discussion. A pleasure to read. Thanks. It illustrates to me that although people have differing opinions on topics it is possible to convey their message without trampling over opposing viewpoints. Bravo all.
  4. Hi Ali. This is a project that has the potential to be popular depending on a few factors. The most obvious would be price. I have literally no idea where this would need to be for it to be financially viable for you but I have a price in mind that would make or break the project for me. The next would be shape. Unless it looked like a Chipmunk it would be a pass for me. Anything that needed completely re-working would just be too much effort these days for me. If, however, the above two factors were within reason I’d be in for one. Good look with the project and please keep us posted on any progress. Cheers.
  5. Interesting Max. Would you say that they are detailled enough to use for a scratch build?
  6. Nice work Ben. Reedoak figures take some beating. They’re sure to bring your dio to life.
  7. Hi Max. That’s a WIP I’d be very interested in. With so many youngsters enjoying their first air experience flights in a Chipmunk it could be a popular product for a manufacturer. How could we persuade Airfix to bring one out in 1/24th? . Afterall, they’ve done all of the research for their smaller scale offerings. Shall we start a petition?
  8. It can be done but some jiggery pokery will be necessary. Some elements of the lower engine and front of the engine are utilised so they would need fabricating. It would take some careful lining up of the cowlings too plus some way of locating the prop correctly. But, it's doable. Edit* One thing that does need checking is whether the prop shaft is modelled with a splined end in a similar manner to the Tamiya version. (I think it might be) Can someone with the kit please confirm this either way? Thanks. @Stokey Pete, sounds like a great plan. Alternatively you could wait for the next release, the mk VIII @Jim Barry, great to hear you're impressed and smashing photos. Please feel free to share more if you are inclined. The more the merrier
  9. Such a beautifully finished Spitfire. Magnificent job on both the model and the photography. Great job, well done.
  10. Hi Squizzy, just going through some F-15 builds and wondered if you finished this big bird? Cheers.
  11. @scott_t fancy posting up some detailled sprue shots here? It would be great to see how some of the smaller cockpit and engine parts look close up.
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