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Allan J Withers
1/72 Airfix, FB 5 kit modified, finished for the DH 100 GB more pic’s and details there, painted in MM 1781 with Pledge over kit and other decals.
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Pedro L. Rocha said on February 5, 2021
Allan, from a rather poor plastic kit you made the most of it, nice NMF indeed
Allan J Withers said on February 6, 2021
Thank you Pedro, painted silver !!
Haslam Yeoman said on February 5, 2021
Great build Allan. The aluminium lacquer finish is very realistic.
Thank you Haslam.
George Schembri said on February 6, 2021
Another great finish Allan, nice to follow in the GB.
Thank you George, good to have you along !!
George Williams said on February 6, 2021
Great result after all that hard work, definitely liked.
Thank you George.
DE4EVER said on February 6, 2021
🙂 … Greetings … 🙂 :
Very nice and clean work Allan.
Thank you DE4EVER.
Spiros Pendedekas said on February 6, 2021
By only seeing the headline pic, I knew it would be your work, Allan!
Congratulations on another excellent model. It was nice to follow your build thread!
Thank you Spiros and for following !!
John vd Biggelaar said on February 6, 2021
A nice golden (silver) oldie, Allan.
That Vampire looks great in silver.
Thank you John.
Erik Gjørup said on February 6, 2021
It was a joy to follow this great heavy breather conversion Allan! Great result from an old kit.
Thank you Erik, for the GB and following !!
Robert Royes said on February 6, 2021
A real beauty , Allan!
Eric Berg said on February 6, 2021
You made it to the finish line and your Vampire looks terrific.
You gotta love those old Grand Canyon panel lines! Looking forward to your next batch.
Thanks Eric, the canyons are my doing, the kit has raised lines !!
Eric Berg said on February 7, 2021
Sorry Allan. I guess I didn’t catch that about the raised panel lines. You really went to a heck of of of extra work in that case. I mistook them for the old Airfix panel lines. Duh. My sincere apologies.
Allan J Withers said on February 8, 2021
Thanks Eric, apology accepted, although unnecessary !!
Louis Gardner said on February 6, 2021
I knew right away this was one of your builds. As usual the canopy is spotless………… 🙂
I have been watching your multiple builds in the De-Havilland group. This one turned out exceptionally nice.
I also pressed the “liked” button. Well done my friend.
Thank you Louis.
Colin Gomez said on February 7, 2021
Very smooth metallic finish on your Vampire, Allan. I am sure it looks like a small jewel on you shelf. The Vampire has such nice lines. It is interesting how much British aeronautical engineers were dedicated to twin boom jets with the Vampire, Venom, Sea Venom and Sea Vixen series.
Thank you Colin.
Greg Kittinger said on February 8, 2021
Looks great as always, and those air intakes give the Vamp an even more ominous demeanor!
Thank you Greg, they do look different !!
Chris Vandegrift said on February 9, 2021
That is a cool little plane. Nicely done!
Allan J Withers said on February 9, 2021
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