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322SqnNL

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  1. Would love to see the D520 and MS.406 also.
  2. Well **** wish I had kept up to date here for my old man who just had his birthday on the 27th of this month. Can a flyer of the real thing still get a nice discount?
  3. Can I still sneak in one pre order? Kind of fitting that I turn 32 years old tomorrow.
  4. Was about to say the one with retractable landing gear and Wasp engine is about the most interesting D.XXI there is.
  5. That's just over-the-top awesome. My detail oriented OCD tells me it would rock if you could take a color sample to a laboratory paint analist who can tell you the exact composition of said paint chip so you can then paint the model in the exacting color. Same thing they did for the Grumman Martlet at the Fleet Air Arm Museum.
  6. Great work in getting all the details right. Keep up the good work!
  7. Told my dad you are working away on the T7 and it immediately lit a smile on his face turning him into a happy man.
  8. That would be one heck of a cool version. Preserved at RAF Cosford http://www.britmodeller.com/forums/index.php?/topic/234962971-gloster-meteor-f8-prone-pilot/
  9. That worked for the movie Super Troopers 2 on the same day that it was started, they got their entire starting budget in no time flat.
  10. Now that we have the 1/32 Fokker D.XXI, the next step could be the twin-engined G1 to compliment the D.XXI as the "most modern" Dutch AF types around 1940?
  11. Over here: http://www.b-29doc.com/
  12. That will make the airshow scene a whole lot more interesting.
  13. Just mix it together with scratch and Verlinden. For my 1/72 Spitfire about 3 different brands were mixed together to form one complete ensemble, it's the result that counts.
  14. Love me some VMF-214, your build looks amazing.
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