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About KiwiZac

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  • Birthday 08/08/1987

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    Whanganui, New Zealand

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  1. I've been away from the forum for a while so missed your posting the finished cameras, unfortunately now the photos aren't loading for me! I'm excited to see how the build is progressing. Amazingly, since we spoke I sold my mount for the F24 to a British PR Spitfire project that is returning to flight! I still have the camera, however.
  2. I know I'm late to the party but the completed fuselage, empennage and undercarriage look amazing!
  3. Tom, I'm sorry for the waterfall of Likes I'm subjecting you to but I've not visited the forum for a while so have had a lot to catch up on! Amazing work. The cockpit parts in particular were beautiful to see come together.
  4. Beautiful work Rob! She looks fantastic. Should I ever visit, make sure that kit is either locked away or started as I need an NZ3220 to go with my Tamiya NZ2336!
  5. I'm another Pucara fan and this is very exciting to see! 3D printing is such a boon to our hobby and it's wonderful to see it being used for projects like this.
  6. Can we get a video of the seat height adjustment mechanism in action, Peter? I'm so excited to follow along with this build. What an inspired choice of subject! I hope a 1/18 Charlie Brown is part of the plan, to recreate the photo which triggered this project.
  7. I've been away from the forum for some time so I missed this. It's so rare for me to see an unreleased kit actually built, instead of stashed. And to see it so beautifully done is an added treat. Bravo!
  8. 1/32 proper MiG-31 will be huge!!! I can't wait to see it!
  9. I'm happy to help and stand ready! Untitled by Zac Yates, on Flickr
  10. I have an F24! Let me know if you need any measurements or pictures. I have a mount too, but it's boxed up waiting to be posted to a restoration house for a project.
  11. The upholstery is superb, WOW! Bravo!
  12. I am! Well, it's kinda SOD due to loss of mojo: I thought it would be smart to focus exclusively on it and put everything else off the bench, but I only burned myself out! I'm doing mine as a deer recovery machine from the 1970s, I've tested and installed the motor but need to tackle the lights. Are you motorising this? Any plans for the finish?
  14. The stressed skins, and the rivets, are beautiful. It looks so good!
  15. Here's an inspirational video to help motivate progress, that I'm sure you've seen at least thrice by now, shot a couple of days ago:
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