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John Sheehan said 2 years ago: #
Hi All this my first post, I wasn’t too sure where to put it as it’s based on the 1/48 scale Airfix B.57 kit but like the real aeroplane it contains a lot of new parts, thanks for looking
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Deleted User said 2 years ago: #
That’s an outstanding job….I like it! And welcome to the site (I think you’ll enjoy it here).
Thanks Craig, it was a fun build, I’m glad that’s the last of the big wing Canberra’s I need to build though.
There is a full WIP n my site here if you’re interested in how I got there.
Robert Royes said 2 years ago: #
An impressive build!!
Paul Barber said 2 years ago: #
Hi John, just had a look at your blog – just fantastic!
I’d really encourage others to go look there too – this is something special!
Welcome to iM – I can’t wait to see what’s next!
Stephen W Towle said 2 years ago: #
What a smart looking build. The Air Force pulled one out from the bone yard and rebuilt it for use in the middle east. Kind of neat that like the B-52 planes that are over 50’s years old are still relevant. As this model is John. Looking forward to seeing more of your gifts and talents.
Thanks Paul, and thanks for looking on my build, it was a bit of a challenge but fun!
Thanks Stephen, I know, it just goes to show what a good airplane it is, the 3 that NASA are flying look like they will be around for some time yet!
Greg Kittinger said 2 years ago: #
Great looking build John, and welcome aboard. Just FYI, posting any subject to the main area is standard protocol (that way we don’t accidentally miss it!).
Editor said 2 years ago: #
Hello John, welcome onboard at iModeler. I think that completed models always deserve to be posted straight at the headlines. Feel free to try it next time…
See the red [ADD NEW ARTICLE] button at the top of the front page at https://imodeler.com/
Thanks for the heads up, all done!
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