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Jack

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About Jack

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  • Birthday 08/01/1954

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    down south in the Netherlands....:O)
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    retired "pilot's pest"(air traffic control), flying too infrequently PPL, woodworking and other heavy duty stuff, professional grand pao since '15, and feeling like having too less the time to do it.....oh, and ofcourse 1/32nd scalemodelling......yeah right!!!!

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  1. wow, i'm still at 13.7......never expected a 14 update that soon.....
  2. Well Ali, i have to concur, though i've got some "health-restrictions" on using resin and especially GLUEING it, but i've got the HPH Helldiver and this kit is IMHO very good, very detailed and very buildable into a splendid representation of this aircraft.....
  3. Thanks Brian, in the mean time i think i found it, i'm a real PC nerdo, and i tried one of the options in Imgur, and apparently it worked the way you explained, thanks mate.
  4. aaaaaah found it......i guess......
  5. [img]https://i.imgur.com/qVWzYyj.jpg[/img] I'm sorry , i'm at lost, i just don't get it, TUTORIAL in plain language pleeeeeeze.......
  6. indeed, tried the "old" way and it didn't work, so i'll dig into it so to say.....
  7. [img]https://i.imgur.com/qVWzYyj.jpg[/img]
  8. Yes, ....this kit looks incredible to say the least, and it's one of my favorite jet aircraft too, but all i got from these messages in this thread is " A HOPE" of delivery, even having paid for it, and i really hope this whole venture will come true, and i sincerely hope í'll not be discouraged, so good luck to you all............
  9. Yep, for sure this will turn into a splendid looking B model, nice approach you did to get this far. I've tried this "conversion" with an old Revell B fuselage untill the firewall, and pasting a Hasegawa D nose onto it, but stalled it a while ago. Will follow this very closely, great job. Jack.
  10. yep, i know, just wanted to indicate too rich for me too, like Kevin said...........
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  12. Dan, just found this thread, excellent work on this project, looking forward to your end presentation, this is really "scratching" things
  13. As i said: WAG...........good luck finding out............................
  14. They do not look familiar to me, but i assume these two panels are from ONE aircraft cockpit interior, and looking at the second presentation it's indicating a max mach number being 0.8, and rather large speed limits for three different flap settings up to 100% saying it might be a twin seater jet, i'd say it's from a Intruder????? Just my WAG.......
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