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12 hours ago, Mark M said:

dont worry ill finish it, but i may need sedatives first

I thought that is why they made Scotch Whiskey...I recommend The Glenlivet 21yr old Archive...

Your doing nice work; I hope you finish it.

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7 hours ago, chrish said:

Mighty quiet here.... you ok?

it didn’t kill you or drive you into a nut house did it?

Lol I actually work in a nut house ( I'm a mental health nurse in real life) 

 

No I've been at work 3 x 15hr days in on leave now so work will resume

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I've built the Academy Legacy Bug and the Trumpeter Superbug E, they both had complex assembly sequences where it was mandatory you did a LOT of dryfitting to get the kits to fit, I think passing on the Revell kit and taking up the Trumpeter kit may be a rude awakening for some. I recall when it first came out there was a lot of angst and hand wringing along with the " i'll have to pass, it's an impossible build!!" comments. When I built the Trumpy kit, it was very challenging, but with careful planning and dryfitting I was able to build it almost fill free, and i'm a mediocre builder. I've seen what you guys can do, i'm certain you'll get great results . Build thread   http://www.arcforums.com/forums/air/index.php?/topic/224276-trumpeter-fa-18f-132-build/

 

Don

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guys, i havent given up or put this on then shelf, 1 its too big to fit on the shelf, but my forum (mmm) is doing a display at Newark Air Museum on sunday to celebrate the 50th Aniversay of the Harrier 

 

http://www.newarkairmuseum.org/Harrier_50th_Quick_Guide

http://www.newarkairmuseum.org/Harrier_Day_19

 

so i have to prioritise the 2 x 1/72 harriers on the bench, so normal service well be resumed soon (also need to re-stock on the hard stuff to get me through :beer4:)

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