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Lukgraph F7C-1 Seahawk.

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Well...I have gone and done something really stupid(not the first or last time)

Cut out the Marines crests from the decal sheet,left them on the work bench which could have been less messy.

Next day we cleaned up,and I threw the decals in the trash,they were face down and thought they were used decal paper scraps,I guess.

bag in the trash was tied up and tossed out.picked up and gone to the landfill... What a pathetic move.Anyway ..have sent Lukgraph an email offering to buy another decal sheet.

Hope they can help,only other option is to buy another kit which I don't want to do. wish me luck.

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  Just got this from Lukas at Lukgraph...looks like we'll finish this after all.  What great service,and special people.

 

Hello William 

Thanks for contact. 

I will send new decals in next week (monday or tuesday). 

We are on the way to Mosomongyovar in Hungary (one of the biggest european model kits exhibition). 

Absolutely no payment needed, You paid enough for a kit. 

Just please send me Your shipping address. 

Super job with F7C1, I`m watching Your progress in WiP on LSP. 

Best regards and many thanks 

Lukas 

Lukgraph

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A little more done..really like how everything fit and looks the part.

I will show you how we rig the flat flying wires shortly.

Cheers.Bill.

 

 

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One last pic..went fishing last week,still cold but the ice just left.

This was a nice Bow..they do get bigger..but this is British Columbia after all.

And yes..catch and release.

 

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Guest Martinnfb

William, That fish!, what a magical moment. Something to be jealous about.

Seahawk looks good too, clean and solid build as always. It's nice to see that you are not using solid black for the tires. Small detail, big difference.

Cheers 

M.

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Guest Peterpools

William

Absolutely gorgeous. Fantastic build and finish

Peter

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