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Iain (32SIG)

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About Iain (32SIG)

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  • Birthday 05/22/1966

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    Cotswolds, UK
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    Flying (Private Pilot's Licence and currently learning to fly hot air balloon), Models, occasional magazine contributor, photography, Lotus Cars, 80's motorcycles and this interweb thingy...

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  1. Iain (32SIG)

    N66573 B-17G

    Great subject - that'll be a showstopper Radleigh! Iain
  2. Iain (32SIG)

    AMC Dh.9 WNW

    That's looking *really* neat! Iain
  3. Iain (32SIG)

    New, clean topic: HB B-24 Test Shot Photos

    Well said! Iain
  4. Iain (32SIG)

    My new additions...

    They look gorgeous Jennings - and lots of fun! Iain
  5. Iain (32SIG)

    1:32 Consolidated PB4Y-2 Privateer

    Beat me to it Wilco Kev - there seems to be some interest around these parts in the Privateer these days! Iain
  6. Iain (32SIG)

    1:32 Consolidated PB4Y-2 Privateer

    Just playing around with database - can't see Schiffer book - so will add (and try not to break anything!) Iain
  7. Iain (32SIG)

    1:32 Consolidated PB4Y-2 Privateer

    Cool - have we got the Schiffer one? Worth doing a couple of quick reviews for the site? Iain
  8. Iain (32SIG)

    S-3B Viking - scratchbuilt

    Stunning work! Iain
  9. Iain (32SIG)

    1:32 Consolidated PB4Y-2 Privateer

    Postie has just delivered the Naval Fighters book on the Privateer I ordered - and it's superb! A lot of detail in there - well worth acquiring if you like Privateers! Not much on the French Aeronaval airframes - but superb coverage of the airframe and operations with the US Navy. This is one of the most comprehensive Naval Fighters books I've seen at 240 pages and the best reference on this aeroplane I've seen... Iain
  10. Iain (32SIG)

    1:32 Consolidated PB4Y-2 Privateer

    That's a lot of firepower! Some of the RAF Coastal Command Libs had rocket rails either side of the nose, some early ones a ventral gunpack. I guess such armament was for use against surfaced submarines and surface vessels... That's the earlier twin-finned, short fuselage, PB4Y-1 - so not as good looking as the Privateer IMHO (interesting they refer to this as Privateer - only seen that on PB4Y-2s, not '1's, which I've always seen referred to as Liberators). Hmmm... Iain
  11. Iain (32SIG)

    1:32 Consolidated PB4Y-2 Privateer

    Thanks - hadn't seen that page! There's also http://www.ecpad.fr/les-avions-pb4y2-privateer-et-f6f5-hellcat-de-laeronavale-dans-la-bataille-de-dien-bien-phu/ Iain
  12. Iain (32SIG)

    1:32 Consolidated PB4Y-2 Privateer

    Yeah - have that photo in one of the books - glide bombs aside, wouldn't have to do the Erco nose turret on that one! But set on a French one at the mo - memories of building the old Matchbox kit! Iain
  13. Iain (32SIG)

    1:32 Consolidated PB4Y-2 Privateer

    Don't have a specific airframe at present Radleigh - depends what images I find - but plan is for an overall Sea Blue Aeronaval bird... Iain
  14. Iain (32SIG)

    New, clean topic: HB B-24 Test Shot Photos

    No reason to have separate inserts if they're just going to be plastic? Also - why not have them on main sprues, rather than separate items, if just going to be plastic? I recon these are quick and dirty test pieces done in plastic to test fit, rather than having to cast metal - with final versions being metal. I could be wrong of course... Iain
  15. Iain (32SIG)

    Trumpeter Liberators on facebook

    I've just seen a sharper version of that LV343 photo - can't find it now... Edit - found it - also on Wikipedia: "The crew of a Liberator IIIA, LV343, at RAF Beaulieu in Hampshire in July 1943" Iain
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