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GusM

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  • Birthday 05/04/1967

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  1. I'd heartily agree with that on both counts. The GT Resin seamless intakes and tailpipes are also excellent.i
  2. The Ammo paints are very good. Spray well with their own thinner or Mr Levelling and give a nice smooth finish. Also, essentially odourless which is my main reason for avoiding MRP. Never had issues with Tamiya or Gunze for airbrushing either but never got Vallejo to spray without all sorts of problems.
  3. Used the GT Resin wheels and they fit very easily and look great. Would heartily recommend.
  4. A few of the Chinese sellers are very good. I've ordered from them a number of times and price is very good and usually delivered within a week to 10 days.
  5. Really impressive. And the best thing about Alloa is the route out!
  6. Hi Filippo Try and find the PWMP stuff from J-P van Regenmortel.I used it for my IDF Barak and it was very nice. Not sure if he still has a website or not.
  7. Hi Mike At least one of the far east sellers, dawngrocerystore, will have the stuff to you in the UK in way under a month. I've ordered a lot from them and delivery is generally under a week ie quicker than some UK based sellers! Gus
  8. Still think he was best back in Generation X before he developed the permatan and ego.
  9. In a similar vein, I love Where Eagles Dare but it is hilarious how Eastwood blows up half of central Europe with one rucksack worth of explosive!
  10. Used the wheel wells for the Trumpy Mig-23MF and they fitted great. I'm also currently using their A-7E cockpit and it fits easily and doesn't clash with the intake trunking. Have seen some other horror shows though, so think I've just got lucky so far.
  11. Should be good with Cheap Trick on the bill. Don't come over here too often but great live, especially if Mr Nielsen is on form. Have been a fan since the Dream Police era and the Budokan live album is just about the best live album ever. Definitely the softer end of my musical spectrum but you can't deny the harmonies!
  12. It's pretty doubtful that it is theoretically possible in any achievable form as it requires traversible wormholes or deliberate distortion of spacetime by the creation of negative mass. There aren't many conceivable ways of achieving either but it would be an amazing leap forward to even get close to a possible paradigm. I tend to agree with Gazzas - all I need say is 'The Time Travellers Wife'!
  13. Saw them at Glasgow in 92 as well and they were very average. Joe Elliott couldn't carry a tune in a bucket and they were completely blown away by the support Gun who were totally up for a 'home' gig. Had seem them before in 84 when they were a different band. I'm in the minority who think Mutt Lange was the worst thing to happen to them, bar Pyromania. The later stuff was just over-produced and sterile to my ears. However my pal saw them in the US afew weeks back and said they were excellent. Hope you have a great time.
  14. Pity that dispute's not resolved Colin. Great to hear about your deep roots there though. I travel up on the train to Aberdeen every day and often see the small boats out checking their creels. Seems like a hard way to make a living, especially now, so hats off to them.
  15. Hi Colin, are the fishermen at Cove still having grief with the landowner trying to stop them using the bay? Saw a bit about it a while back but never saw if it was resolved. Nice list of dubious Scottish culture (?). Always think of stuff like that when I'm in Edinburgh walking past all the shops full of tartan tat and nylon kilts!
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