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1/24 Royal Navy Sea Mosquito TR33

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Big pictures of a big build!

 

I'll do a sort of walkround first.

 

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Phil,

 

You will have to forgive me as I am a newbie so I did not follow your epic build as someone said it was ...But I find that

 

it is extremely STUNNING and she looks GORGEOUS...

 

I hope you do not mind that I posted this photo is my answer as I think they looks impressive in their detailing..

 

VERY VERY VERY SUPERB. :) :)

 

My salute to you

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My god that is true dedication to the madness of this hobby when you have to go out and buy a new house to fit the model in!!

Taff

I'm hoping to get a decent workroom of my own out of it too!

 

Hi Phil,

Stunning job. Best AIrfix Mossie I have seen so far.

What will be your next one...?

Thanks very much! I've got to get back to the 1/32nd mosquito that I've started then a "what If" spitfire for my little one and then maybe get going properly on a very pretty Hunter T7 I have in mind.

 

in a word DUDE! Damn nice!

Thanks very much Rob!

 

Wow, what a fantastic conversion Phil; you have made a really superb job both internally and externally...Brilliant!:goodjob:

Derek

Thanks very much Derek, I don't think I've ever had to cut up a £100 kit before. It focussed the mind a bit!

 

A stunning job !

Thanks Erwin.

 

Phil,

 

You will have to forgive me as I am a newbie so I did not follow your epic build as someone said it was ...But I find that

 

it is extremely STUNNING and she looks GORGEOUS...

 

I hope you do not mind that I posted this photo is my answer as I think they looks impressive in their detailing..

 

VERY VERY VERY SUPERB. :) :)

 

My salute to you

Thanks very much for the kind words.

 

Phil

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On 2/10/2019 at 9:14 AM, Anthony in NZ said:

Just had to drag this old post up again and say how much I enjoyed this build Phil!

Plus I needed some inspiration for me to keep going on mine!

Cheers Anthony 

I won't remind you of how long ago we were working on these at the same time!!

I know mine nearly killed me but keep at yours!

 

Thanks everyone else for your kind words on this ancient build!

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