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  1. DeanKB

    Wingnut wings is developing three new kits

    McNamara won his VC flying a BE2c. Although he was flying a Martynside Elephant, before switching mid mission to a downed pilots BE2c, by landing next to him. He tried to take off in the Elephant, but crashed. The pair ran back to the BEc2, fixed the engine - under fire - then took off for home. All the while, McNamara was in severe pain from a leg wound. So, WNW could do an Elephant, a BE2c, or a boxed set of both?
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    Wingnut wings is developing three new kits

    I'll have one of each.
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    So, wingnut wings at Telford...

    From what I've seen of WNW, they don't sell at shows at a significant discount, rather only discounting stuff like damaged stock. They just don't have to, because we lap it all up, I suppose.
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    Make the others jealous

    If you want the complete story of the Nieuport 28 - overwhelmingly in US service - this is it. It also covers post-war use. Schematics, colour diagrams, in-depth discussion of the merits of the aeroplane, even a chapter on building a replica from scratch, with colour photos. It's got more colour than most Schiffer titles, and is a good read, as well as being a great technical source of information. My most read books are J M Bruce's 1957 "British Aeroplanes 1914-18" and Thetford & Ridings 1946 "Aircraft of the Great War". I read them over & over.
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    WNW Bristol Fighter sold out

    I no longer stress about WNW kits selling out, as it's obvious they are going to re-release them, either as dual kits or the mythical, much heralded "special editions".
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    Make the others jealous

    Looking at my main bookcase this evening, it struck me that I think my main interest is WWI aviation.... 20180924_214508 by dekenba1, on Flickr
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    Make the others jealous

    Fy mhleser, syr.
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    Make the others jealous

    Ta da! https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Yak-3-Big-Set-Cockpit-Control-Surfaces-Rotor-Blades-1-32-Resin-for-Special-Hobby/253648574459?hash=item3b0ea217fb:g:9OsAAOSwbopZftEf
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    Trumpeter Liberators on facebook

    1/32 Liberators & Lancasters. Worlds gone mad.
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    Make the others jealous

    I have the BigEd set for Trumpy's MiG-3: 20180924_000014 by dekenba1, on Flickr And these bits, but for Special Hobby's Yak-3, rather than the MiG: 20180923_235740 by dekenba1, on Flickr
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    Loosing that “Loving feeling”.

    It's being repurposed. So I'll be moving into a log-cabin in the garden. Insulated, heated (it's Wales, after all) and with electrics. Should be fun!
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    HpH Wyvern breaks through the clouds...

    Good grief. A 1/32 Wyvern? From HpH? So €200's or so? I would never, ever have expected anybody, resin or plastic, to kit this in 1/32. Will it sell enough? I don't know anybody excited about this one.
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    HK Lancaster.

    "Lancaster Series". Holy crap. Will they sell enough of these giant, expensive kits to support an entire series of them? I know the B-25 did, but this is much bigger & pricier. I think just the one will do for me. Probably.
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    Make the others jealous

    Recent Arrivals: On EBay for £25 each, too good to ignore; 20180921_133225 by dekenba1, on Flickr WWI machine guns, new Eduard cockpit thingies, & engines for Roden's Siemens-Schuckert D.III; 20180920_145833 by dekenba1, on Flickr Various WWI machine guns, destined for WNW & Roden kits; 20180920_145742 by dekenba1, on Flickr To go with the cockpit & control surfaces I already have: 20180920_145707 by dekenba1, on Flickr The lesser spotted, twin floated Arado: 20180920_145635 by dekenba1, on Flickr
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    Loosing that “Loving feeling”.

    Oh yes. I recently took a year or so off - built absolutely nothing, just read, very extensively, instead. Now I'm building a new modelling den.
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