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Cees Broere

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  1. Nice to see one built up. I got one in the stash too as I planned to use it as a template for a plasticard version but it is still down there,....somewhere.
  2. I want that CA-15. It's up there with the Martin Baker MB-5 and Spiteful for brute powerrrr.
  3. I don't know what is wrong shapewise but on my example (and I have seen other builds too) the diameter is a bit smaller than the fuselage causing a small mismatch.
  4. Not to mention the canopy release levers which had some gruesome results.
  5. Let Anthony and me finish our British Phantom projects and they the gates will open to reveal a deluge of UK-type kits
  6. Wow, despite having a kit to work with, you are actually scratchbuilding a Defiant. But I like it.
  7. Regarding the angle of the tailplane I was led to believe that on the RAF aircraft the dihedral was flatter to clear the bigger cans from the Speys.
  8. That will land on top of the to-do pile as soon as the kit has been released.
  9. Especially booktitles that end with <insert aircrafttype>boys.
  10. Sorry, I like girls but usually forget their names.
  11. You can get separate parts from ebay. There is one vendor who sells sprues. I got a fuselage and lower wing for a good price that way, and as you are based in the USA postage should be less.
  12. Loving this, I still have visions of the 1/24 scratchbuilt Defiant I saw at SMW Telford.
  13. IMHO the Revell kit is a better option to convert into an FGR-2.
  14. Thanks for showing the panelline details Anthony. As I need to rescribe the Frankenstein FGR2’s bum completely.
  15. Superb work at recreating that detail. Regarding the wings, do you need to fit a wingspar? The dihedral of the centresection is dead flat and the PCM-kit was a bit wobbly in that respect and I had to fit a plastic spar. Keep it up Cees
  16. Amazing, I really enjoy you creating superb models from almost nothing.
  17. We'll see how it works out. One side is glued the rest will follow today (working from home has it's merits).
  18. Why so difficult Anthony, it is easier to stitch a Tamiya and Revell kit together
  19. Raw powerrrrrr.... Still beavering away at joining the Tamiya/Revell lovechild.
  20. Nice work Anthony, now we can clearly see the bulk of the Spey modification on the underside.
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