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    London, England.
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    WW2 RAF Bomber Command, Luftwaffe Nachtjagd & random unrelated subjects.
  1. catbloke

    ME-410 Walkaround for Gazza

    Thank you for the great photos! Pardon my ignorance, but why did the RAF clip the blades?
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    HpH Me410 B2/U2/R3

    Beautiful, love the paint finish!
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    AIMS 1/32 Bf 110 F and G

    Received my sets safely John, first impression; there's a lot of it! Thank you once again for doing this, best regards.
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    AIMS 1/32 Bf 110 F and G

    Both sets ordered, "Happy Christmas to me!"
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    Hawker Hurricane Prototype in 32nd?

    Thank you for the replies! I like the look of that PCM kit, I will have to invest in one!
  6. Pardon my ignorance, but is there, or has there ever been, a conversion available in 1/32 for the Hurricane prototype? Such an attractive aeroplane.
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    1/32 Thunderflash

    Many years ago there was a Belgian ( I believe ) TV series that featured Thunderflashes. I cannot remember the name of the series unfortunately....
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    AIMS 1/32 Bf 110 F and G

    Many thanks for undertaking this!
  9. Put me down for the G2 as well as a G4, please.... I agree with others about the engines already being available. Thank you once again for the effort to do this.
  10. I have a copy of probably the best reference for the 'G', 'Monogram Close-Up 18 BF110G' that I would be more than happy to lend... I have an old Revell 'G' into which I have invested more aftermarket parts for, than many of the cars I have driven around in over the years..... http://www.boxartden.com/gallery/var/resizes/Profiles/Monogram-Close-up/18-Bf110G-Messerschmitt/
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    Bf110F/G in the future?

    I do wonder about the marketing policy/ strategy at some of the kit manufacturers. In the case of the 110, would it not have been a better idea to release the most successful/ popular 'G' variant first, recoup the investment, make a profit and then release the lesser more obscure versions? Someone mentioned the HPH 410, which is a beautiful kit, but would they not have sold more if they had started with the version with the big cannon on it?
  12. Maybe if enough of us start building our old Revell 'G's it may tempt fate that someone actually makes a nice new version! MDC make some very nice Daimler Benz engines suitable for this, and as mentioned in a previous thread, the Tasman models vac-formed canopy is beautiful.