Jump to content


  • Posts

  • Joined

  • Last visited

About Daniel460

  • Birthday 10/31/1955

Profile Information

  • Gender
  • Location
    SE Missouri

Recent Profile Visitors

1,785 profile views
  1. Got it downloaded and added to my KLP library. Another great collection of build correction/aftermarket additions to build a great aircraft! Oh and then Chuck shows you how to do a flawless black paint basecoat for your NMF.... How to work with HGW rivets and the tools he uses to build this show winner! I've said it before for the price of a magazine you can have a wealth of information at your finger tips! Great work Kevin and Chuck! Not a jet kind of guy... I now own two Hasegawa 104's with numerous aftermarket accessories and a Trumpeter F-105G for good measure. Chuck you are a bad influence! Cheers, Dan
  2. Hey Kevin, it was great to see you there today. And because of your harassing I now have a very large box with a 1/32 scale F-105G in it. So I have three flame throwers in my collection! A F-104C and a F-104 G/S and the Weasel. Be good......yeah that's not going to happen.....:) Dan
  3. When you consider most magazines are around $10 and full of adds, your books are 200 plus pages of detail and techniques and no adds. They are always on your computer, you can print a few pages for reference if you need them. And you don't have to scan through pages of comments for info... Dan
  4. Got mine, these books are super for the price and packed with great info/techniques. Hoping you do one on Chuck's F-104! About $12.40 US for 226 pages of great stuff, you can't beat it for the value... Dan
  5. Excellent tutorials on the rivets and paint! Thanks for taking the time to put them together. Beautiful build so far! Dan
  6. Outstanding build thread! Thanks for the in-depth explanation of all your processes, especially in the paint area. Lots of great information. These century series jets are my favorites. I did pick up a Hasegawa F-104G/S on Ebay, it came with the Black Box pit and an Eduard interior etch set for $30. I also got the Daco book from Sprue brothers. Plan on starting it this summer.... Are you and Kev going to do a book on this build? Thanks, Dan
  7. They look perfect for what I need! I can convert those to get me close. You have been a great help as usual Thierry! Thanks! Dan
  8. Thanks for that lead. That book looks great! I went to order it but the postage was a bit on the crazy side, I'll look for one on this side of the pond. I do have a Valiant wings Spitfire book on the way, that may get me somewhere. Dan
  9. Thanks Thierry, I've picked up an 1/24 Airfix Spitfire and wanted to check shapes on her. This is my first venture into 1/24 scale, kind of easy on the eyes at my age. In the little research that I have done the Mk.I is a bit confusing with all the changes/upgrades. It's just going to be fun build so close will be good. I'm learning the issue with plans and details on my Defiant. I'll see if I can find the Cox plans. Thanks again, Dan
  10. I'm looking for a source for scale drawings. There is a online source that I had the info on and lost it, anyone have any ideas? Looking for some 1/24 scale Supermarine Spitfire Mk 1a scale drawings. Thanks, Dan
  11. I wish you would have told us on Patreon that you were going to lose your Mojo on the 190 build Peter. Good luck..... Dan
  12. Really liking the cockpit detail, AIMS conversions are very nice. Very nice work. Dan
  13. Really learning a lot watching this build on here and on Peters Patreon site. Lots of great tips and tricks on how to use different materials and how to work them. Dan
  14. In my search for a Merlin XX for my Boulton Paul Defiant in 32 scale I found two folks on Ebay selling separate sprues. One had the Lancaster engine sprue and the turret sprue and another had the Tamiya Supermarine Spitfire engine sprue and the engine bearer sprue. May be worth a look if you are needed spares, they have pages of kit sprues.... Ebay sellers: Parts plus palace and Scottharv1 Dan
  15. Safe and Happy trails to you Kev! You and your tireless hours working behind the scene to keep this site running is greatly appreciated! Thanks for all your help over the years.......... Dan
  • Create New...