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  1. I think this is one of your best! The view of the model from the port and starboard sides (almost in-profile views) look like the real thing. The plane's sheen, the exhaust stains, and the fading and density of the yellow on a frontline, airworthy plane are things I most admire. Thank you!
  2. And, Aero Detail 10 (a combined book on the Me163 and the He162) is worth having, too. (Try the usual spots eg Amazon and AbeBooks, although the available titles in the Aero Detail range are also on the Hobbylink Japan site.) For single titles only, my vote also goes for both Valiant books - they really are good, regardless of whether you're being serious about details or just aiming to be better informed and nudge things a bit more than the kits might offer. (I have both Aerodetail titles, too, and am glad I do - if you like photos of existing airframes (with use
  3. Oh! Thanks. (Your web site only lists to 32014, not -133 which is your diamond wheels, and I'm in Australia, where BNA Models (great store!) goes up to 32130. But I'll send them an email right now. ) Cheers, Matt
  4. Harold, if you feel inclined, P-47N 8-spoke wheels would be really handy, too, please! : ) Matt
  5. Oh that is a lovely model, Matt, one of my all-time favourites. Enviable weathering, esp those invasion stripes, and esp when viewed from her port side in your photos. It could be real-life. Matt
  6. Hi I like the Aerodetail title too - if you'd like a book (rather than the internet) this is a good one. Look at Hobbylink Japan, who have it in-stock and post worldwide, and have all the other (available) titles in the series too (eg Ki-100 (no.32), Ki-84 (no.24) ). Have fun Matt
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