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Uncle Les

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About Uncle Les

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  • Birthday 06/26/1963

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    Lara, Victoria, Australia
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  1. it was nice out so I left it out.
  2. I hear'em ! When the mojo's right....
  3. Cheers, it tanked in competition - but excelled in being noticed ! I've got to get the MB326 out there and it's taking longer than anticipated so once that's done and I see how it goes I might change my mind on doing something with the MB339 masters.
  4. Here's one I finished last week. brief build story : https://www.facebook.com/pg/uncleles1/photos/?tab=album&album_id=1687672618018678
  5. I built it on the long held premise that as soon as you scratchbuild something vaguely popular it'll magically appear as a mainstream kit just as the last coat's drying.. So guys.. I'm doing my bit for the greater good !!
  6. Thanks Hubert, re the Winjeel, no not as yet as some serious flaws in my master came to light. The wing root and chord are a couple of mm too thin horizontally and this has ramifications that require a rebuild.
  7. The model was entered as a composite - Revell Mirage III ( front end ) & Revell MiG29 (wings) plus scratchbuilt components... but the manufacturer part of the entry form only shows the major branding. Thanks for calling it superb ! - Les
  8. Wow, you didn't waste any time getting into it ! I recommend using the opaque vacform canopy supplied as a guide to getting the fit right and to act as a sort of mask for the coaming - but you'll work all that out. I'll watch your progress with keen eyes !
  9. ..and kudos to John Holloway for his excellent X-15 !
  10. It's already been said - your health is of paramount importance. Get well soon mate.
  11. That seat's a model unto itself fit for entry in any miscellaneous comp category ! You're certainly going the extra mile with this conversion. Bravo !
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