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  1. Sepp

    Cessna 172, Nichimo, 1/20

    Nice work! The owner's manual is very convincing and the Jepp folder is an inspired touch. You nailed the Cessna-cream panel colour, too. Naughty pilot for having loose articles in the cockpit, though
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    Bf 110E-3/trop 2.(H)/14 North Africa

    Well, aircraft get moved around, reassigned, shot down and codes get reused, so I guess it's not too unusual to find two different airframes with the same code. 5F+YK was also worn by a Fi 156, for instance. Maybe you could start a shelf dedicated to that one code
  3. Me, I love what-ifs - especially of the alternate history/fantasy nation sort - but I'm sure there are others here who would have mini heart attacks at the very thought. On the other hand, I thoroughly enjoy reading along with some of the truly awesome down-to-the-last-nut scratch builds that are on here. Just do what you enjoy doing. None of us have the right to tell another their work lacks value.
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    Bristol Beaufighter

    Rick - according to Bruce Robertson's "British Military Aircraft Serials 1878-1987", R7673 was a Typhoon 1A (or poss 1B) which was later (if I'm reading the notes right) given maintenance airframe no. 4632M. [Edit to add] X7673 was a Beaufighter Mk. I Hope this helps!
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    P- 47 D- 30 Re 1/32 Trumpeter.

    That truly is a thing of beauty. Bravo!
  6. Thanks! Been lurking here, quietly impressed, for a loooong time, but I've recently bought a little something to have a play with and we're currently weighing each other up over the bench, lol. Lloegr (also Lloegyr) is basically anywhere southeast of a line roughly between the Severn and Humber estuaries ... excluding Devon and Cornwall. Anyhoo, back to the show!
  7. Lovely build, interesting and informative from the beginning. Just a thought... as your aircraft is undergoing maintenance, could you not simply reason that the missing armament has been removed for same "sorry, Guv, they're still with the armourer", for the sake of the GB? Then construct a bench, trestle or some such object showing them waiting to be re-fitted, once your barrels arrive? Think of the fun you'd have, scratching maintenance tags etc
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    Dead domed city

    That is awesome. Love it.
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    Seafire L Mk.2C

    Simply beautiful. Bravo!