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neil foster said on October 15, 2016
C'mon Rob give us a bit more,that house looks either English or American to me...
Rob Pollock said on October 15, 2016
Well...came across it on Facebook page 'RAF Banter and Bo****ks' so you might get a better idea...
Craig Abrahamson said on October 15, 2016
"...right click - save..." - lol
Robert Royes said on October 15, 2016
Everyone needs a hobby.
Bernard E. Hackett, Jr. said on October 15, 2016
Methinks his wife would be happier with him collecting types of barbed wire or woodpecker holes, or beer mats. Gotta admire his enthusiasum and optomism, but the locals/community association might not be on board.
Bernd Müller said on October 15, 2016
Nick Newell said on October 15, 2016
I think that's the 1/48 Academy Spitfire XIV that's been fed steroids! You can tell by the inaccurate shape of the engine bulges. Nah, just kidding! If the photo's genuine then he has one hell of an investment on his hands!
Rob Pollock said on October 16, 2016
He's got the bucket seat and at least one wheel. Wonder what's behind the other garage door? Wings? An English Electric Lightning...?
Paul van Acker said on October 16, 2016
I'd build around it. Souvenir hunters etc... Nice weathering. 🙂
P.k said on October 21, 2016
Me to I would also be in the basement of one
James Robert Feuilherade said on October 23, 2016
Ha ha! I think she will realise it's not Airfix when that 37 litres of Griffon V12 fires up for the first time in that small garage space!
Gábor Szabó said on October 29, 2016
I want one in my garage too 🙂 Does it come with folding wings option?
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