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  1. Going to be at the IPMS Nationals at Chattanooga? Please stop by the Toms Modelworks booth, say "hi" to Richard Harden, and see a selection of Model Monkey 3D-printed products. Yes, you can buy them from Richard! Safe travels! Model Monkey Catalog of over 2000 products for scale modelers.
  2. I seem to getting back into my FAA groove again , and having finished a FLY Sea Hurricane , and with a Seafire III sitting complete , I wondered about the best way to get myself a Seafire XV , I'm inclined to start with a PCM Spitfire XIV, add a Stinger arrester hook rudder, from Grey Matter , and use their Seafire III set for spools, stiffeners etc along with a four Bladed Prop – Oh and I'll engrave the wing folds So anyone see anything desperately wrong in my approach , I know there are XIV conversions out there , and to be honest if I had a spare Spitfire model lying around I'd probably go that route , but since for once the stash cupboard is bare as regards Spits .. this approach seems to be the most straightforward.. Unless anyone has a better idea?
  3. According to the instructions Part 40 is to be fitted to the starboard cockpit. I can't find any evidence of a device like this on Spitfires. However, it resembles the radio wave tuner which was, to the best of my knowledge, only fitted on Seafires. Is this just a slip-up by Revell or am I missing a piece of the puzzle?
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