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Radders last won the day on December 13 2013

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  1. This is so cool.... great project. Any chance of seeing it next to something for a size up?
  2. Me in 2019... i'm learning to skydive, doing my AFF Level 1-8 and then A License allowing me to jump anywhere in the world.. And what I'm jumping from... I thought this might be a new aircraft for me, but D-ISCO is ex- HA-ACO which I jumped exactly 13 years ago to this month also! Not a bad thing, good to be reunited!
  3. Nice work, loving this build.
  4. You've done the B-17, B-24, B-29, Halifax, Stirling (in progress) etc... and now this, can't be much left in terms of monster kits to build in 1/32nd scale? Great work mate, hope to catch up this year, although not sure when... I may come down to Southern Expo.
  5. Bought a very large tank today, 1/16th Soviet T-34/76 Model 1942 for £30, Hannants have it down as £129.99.... and it's all there, did I commit daylight robbery? And a Revell Me-163 1/48th
  6. Any chance of a similiar photo of the kit with wing attached to compare? (anyone with a kit, not just Iain)
  7. Radders

    1/32 B-29?

    Something like this in 1/32nd would certainly turn heads.. I would only build a Tu-4 (or KJ-1) given the chance.
  8. Radders

    1/32 B-29?

    Someone produce one so I can get some 3D printed engines to make a Tu-4/KJ-1....
  9. Makes perfect sense, to be fair I was really busy when looking at the thread and never took it in properly, but now you've said that and I've gone back and looked I can see it now. Not as bad as I thought then work wise, but still quite a bit... cant wait to see how it turns out. Thanks for the explanation, Iain!
  10. Iain I've a question. When tilting this wing back, it moves the engine up, (and wheels forward slightly?).. are you needing to correcting this? Looking at the drawings Alain Gadbois posted, I didnt realise the engine it was facing up, but are the wheels OK? Sorry if I've missed this.. not seen it mentioned. Really want a B-24, and i'm weighing up whether or not I'd be up for correcting the wing...
  11. Now in the Multi-Engine GB....
  12. Any chance of moving this over for me please Iain?
  13. Does this qualify for the GB? Lots left to do...
  14. If you need any info or photos, the Mi-8PS is at the ex Motortechnica Museum, Bad Oeynhausen in Germany. Also, if you're building it how it is in the photo, a Mi-8PS is very different from a Mi-8MT. Should be good either way, can't wait to see what you do.
  15. Here you go... Great choice, if I still owned a 111 I'd be entering with it!
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