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Well that’s what I went shopping for but I came out with this too. While waiting for paint to dry on something else I decided to have a look inside the box of my Aldi Special and before I could say where’s the Steak pie I was well on the way to having an airframe ready for primer. It was at this point 1 hour in that I realised I’d started another kit! It really is a delightful little kit, even with the obligatory Airfix short shot (on the bottom of one of the seats so not a problem this time). Three hours, give or take, to get to the point where
Yes, I can build other things, other non tamiya things, even airfix things... airfix things with wings Grumman Martlet MkIV Purchased for 165 Ronds a while ago, because i like foldy wing things and I shall build it with folded wings. (And none of this FAA thing with US markings, proper FAA markings). If i can build this, i dont want to hear any of wussy comments about you and your I cant build cars or bikes rubbish*.. 😁 * total bluff, this thing scares me poopless
Hi, chaps. Some of you already answered my call for resources. Recent Airfix releases (New Tools, of course) I consider really interesting. Cheap, at least in the basic boxing, considerably detailed, though a little heavy, not like Matchbox trenches. Simply said - kits good to exercise some modelling skills, with enough styrene to scribe, file, sand, cut - exactly, good for projects like GR.1 to T.2/4. Some cuts already performed...
Make: Airfix Type: Douglas C-47 Skytrain Scale: 1:72 Kit Number: A08014 Type of Build: Out of Box Finish type: Paint brush Paints: Revell Aquacolor Aftermarket: None Ancillaries: Humbrol Clear & Decalfix, Flory dark wash. 43-16062, Military Air Transport Services (MATS), Isachsen Airstrip, North West Territory, Canada 9th October 1949.