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  1. Hey guys, how about a big Flanker...? Sorry I'm late, but still, there is plenty of time for that big bird..... not planning to do fancy stuff nor scratch... for now.. I'm going to use Wolfpack pit, Linden Hill decal, Aerobonus pilot and maybe I'll try some Reskit after market like their Exhaust and twin store carrier.... . Had that huge box on my top shelf for over 10 years or so..... Wasn't sure about doing the version in the kit, until I got my hand on that Linden Hill sheet from a resaler at Ajax contest. The ''George and Dr
  2. Hey everyone, long time no talked, Since I built that baby OOB 4 years ago, I always wanted to do a NAM Raider a bit different than the usual one we mostly see.... And had that one stalled in my stash for quite a while.... And then came AOA came with this sheet........ hummmm, why not peanut.. And most particularly this one... Ohhhh YES...... Iron rain you asked, Iron rain you'll get....lol. with a touch of heat..... Didn't get all my goodys yet and still have some more to order but want to keep it a very simple, built and no fancy scratch at
  3. Hi folks, I was browsing the AeroBonus category on Hannants website just now and spotted this in future releases: http://www.hannants.co.uk/product/QAB320059 It might be worth considering for the new Revell Mk IIa. Cheers.
  4. Hi folks, Here is a look at a neat diorama accessory brought to us through Aires and their Aero Bonus line. This resin aftermarket set gives the modeller six traffic cones to use in any contemporary diorama setting. Each cone is made up of two parts and will assemble easily with CA or other suitable adhesive. In usual Aero Bonus style the resin is in a cellophane envelope with a stiff card insert to protect the contents. A single folded sheet of instructions gives the part call out and suggested colour schemes. There is a small decal sheet with black letter stencilling an
  5. Hi folks, Here's a look at a resin aftermarket diorama accessory by Aires' sub-brand, Aero Bonus. This piece is a waste oil tank and composes several resin parts. Packaged in Aero Bonus's usual style of cellophane envelope and stiff card inner, this little kit also includes a small decal sheet. The single folded instruction sheet gives assembly instructions and suggested colour call out plus decal placement. The resin components are beautifully crisp with no visible flaws and offer the modeller the choice of full or stowed height tubes. The tank handle is commendably thin.
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