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  1. Well, I just hope I'm not disappointed to the tune of $120 USD tomorrow.
  2. FWIW I was emailed that kit has been shipped and have a UPS tracking number.
  3. As did I and that's the same answer I got. I guess they are coming by either UPS or DHL. I wonder how long to N.A.?
  4. Poor customer service sets me off unfortunately. Are you saying that if there are defective parts they won't reply, or won't replace them, or........? Sounds like you have personal experience and got a refund through PayPal? If the aforementioned is correct, how much time elapsed before you contacted PayPal and went for a refund? Thank you for the heads-up. Hopefully I won't have any problems.
  5. I just ordered 2 of their 1/48 sets this past weekend when 48ers.com had a sale-the F-16 Blk 52 nozzle and A/B set, and legacy Hornet open nozzles A/B set.
  6. I contacted Sophia through eBay regarding shipping and I have cut and pasted her reply to me below: Hi Sir The kit will be ready at the early of December, and will ship it out by UPS/DHL. Please wait some more days! Regards Sophia Kitty Hawk Corp.
  7. Anyone got shipping notice yet from KittyHawk?
  8. Are there sprue shots anywhere of the kit?
  9. Warbird, You mention that this is an early F-102. I wouldn't pretend to know what all the early features would be, but 61009 has a late style speed brake.
  10. TBC

    F-101 Voodoo

    This photo was apparently taken by Capt. Turbo Tarling from an accompanying Voodoo during a formation takeoff. There is also another photo taken a few moments after this one, above the trees, aircraft cleaned up while still in afterburner.
  11. FWIW, there is an article on night fighter aces in Britain at War, Issue 74, June 2013, that says Harrington's Mosquito Mk.XXX was RA-D MM767. The article is written by a fellow named Andrew Thomas. The photo is sort of inconclusive, but the "O" does look similar to the "Q" of RA-Q MM788.
  12. Very nice. Curious as regards the fitment of the Aires wheel wells.
  13. Brad, I don't have the kit, but the I-16 apparently had a vertical tail which was adjustable while on the ground to offset torque. Perhaps what you are speaking about is a feature of this offset? I've seen this on other builds of the kit.
  14. Which boxing of the kit are these decals designed for, Jennings?
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