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75 Sqn RNZAF Mosquito Detailed Build

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Thanks guys! I don't know what to say.....

 

You are all too kind and I am constantly spurred on by all your comments...thanks so much! Keep up your own builds, I look at them all as they inspire me too.

 

Cheers

Anthony

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Anthony

Amaxing work and a pleasure to follow and learn

Keep 'em coming

Peterv

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I have gotten a bit of flu so when I don't feel too well I read a lot and just read though your amazing astounding work Anthony.

 

keep up the AWESOMENESS.. :clap2:

 

DOING BRILLIANTLY.

 

KA PAI. TINO PAI.  { ONLY two phrases I know from a NZ fire fighter friend } :bow: :bow: :bow:

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Wow, back from the dead! LOL

 

This is all boxed up whilst I decide what to do with it.  Now I have the Tamiya one I am not sure I will ever finish it....

 

Hey Zac, you are correct mate, the Auster has been taking up my time(and money). Although I am working on my RNZAF Skyhawk conversion which I really want to finish if nothing else right now.

 

Cheers

Anthony

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Wow, back from the dead! LOL

 

This is all boxed up whilst I decide what to do with it.  Now I have the Tamiya one I am not sure I will ever finish it....

 

Hey Zac, you are correct mate, the Auster has been taking up my time(and money). Although I am working on my RNZAF Skyhawk conversion which I really want to finish if nothing else right now.

 

Cheers

Anthony

Funny how the Austers and Luscombes tend to do that! Seriously good work mate...Keep it up!

 

THOR    :ninja:

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Corrosion, corrosion, corrosion. Still hunting a few parts so I can button up the nose section from the firewall to the forward door posts. Having a hard time finding a few things, but I will track them down eventually. That is the great thing about aircraft restoration.....It takes a huge amount of time, a bit of money, and a bit of luck!

Hope your bird is coming along better than mine!

Speak soon mate!

THOR    :ninja:

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Similar situation, corrosion not really something I am dealing with much anymore. But location of original military equipment and money are my 2 main challenges. Although still a lot of fun! I have a couple of the old pilots who flew her in the RAF coming over and want to see their old steed, which is pretty cool.

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I'm doing my Tamiya one as John Smith's bird thanks to your build. I hope you do complete it, or hand it off to someone else who will - you've done simply fantastic work.

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