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Allan J Withers said 3 months, 2 weeks ago: #
Just starting this one, doing my RAAF version at the same time, the kit has decals for this but I need to scratch build a copy of the resin rudder from the CFS build, ——- a little interior green paint on both !!
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Bernard E. Hackett, Jr. said 3 months, 1 week ago: #
Allan, not one, but two! Neat little airplane, I see belatedly it looks like a Tiger Moth, without the top wing! I have the old Frog kit someplace. Trainers are an interest of mine. Glad to see RS decided to do some. Be nice to have a new Proctor, for instance, or an Ox Box.
paul teixeira said 3 months, 1 week ago: #
That is one neat little airplane model….I want one! Look forward to seeing this finished. I dont think I ever saw this plane before.
Tom Cleaver said 3 months, 1 week ago: #
It’s a nice kit. Here’s my result.
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Allan J Withers said 3 months, 1 week ago: #
Bernard, there is this AZ Oxford and a future release of a Vega Gull by Dora Wings, ———–
thanks Paul, ——— looks good Tom, has character !!
Thanks, Allan! Be a nice addition to my station flight.
Paul Barber said 3 months, 1 week ago: #
It is such a delicate looking plane, Allan. Desperate times need desperate measures as the saying goes, but the idea of this being lined up as a bomber in the face of an invasion just seems hard to believe. Still, we also had the home guard and schemes for recycling metal railings for munitions. Great choice – and good to see the Aussie version going together in tandem!
Greg Kittinger said 3 months, 1 week ago: #
Looks like a fun kit to build! I look forward to it. You doing that red/yellow scheme or the camo top?
Thanks Paul, ———–
Thanks Greg, the CFS display aircraft of course !! and only one option for the RAAF version !!
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Allan J Withers said 2 months, 1 week ago: #
Bulkheads in one side and another coat of paint !!
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