Hughes TH 55 A, US Army Aviation School Fort Rucker Alabama 1964.
1/72 Special Hobby, I modified and replaced a few things, mainly the frames with stretched sprue, finished in Humbrol and MM enamels with Future over kit decals.
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Nice little build, Allan...you usually preface your short narrative with "...I modified a few things..." - perhaps some of us would be interested in a little more detail regarding the assembly process of your models. Just a thought. 🙂
Thanks Craig, I too would like more but my memory is not what it should be !
Not that it's all that necessary, but perhaps you could make note of your 'modifications' and incorporate them into your final conclusions prior to posting...maybe that would help.
And I know what you mean about that memory thing...I don't how many times a day I head off to another room and suddenly forgot what I was going in there for. 🙁
Yes, I think we all believe in the hereafter !
It's great !
Job well done. Tiny, but very impressive.
Regards, Dirk, The Netherlands.
Thanks Dirk, the cat ?
Great work and detail.
Allan, great work, on such a tiny aircraft. Nice and colorful, like a trainer should be.
🙂 ... Greetings ... 🙂 :
Nice work Allan, for such a small size it sure has great details.
Thats a lovely build Allan. Well done !
Dainty little thing, and nicely done! I played a baseball tournament at Ft. Rucker back in about 1970 or 71...
Thanks Greg, how did you score ?
Nice little hell-of-a-copter, Allan! You do VERY nice work.