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    trying to model for the past 40 years.

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  1. I can highly recommend a Badger 155. One Size needle, Plenty of spare, Had one now for 10 year, No issues. https://www.amazon.co.uk/BADGER-Airbrush-Anthem-BA1559-155-9/dp/B00397A3UI/ref=pd_day0_hl_201_1/260-9038622-4650453?_encoding=UTF8&pd_rd_i=B00397A3UI&pd_rd_r=93b20a18-925b-4d77-9322-af1b4feeb300&pd_rd_w=lJPoW&pd_rd_wg=bpV63&pf_rd_p=41dbe6ca-a21b-4cfc-8629-394c3728d27a&pf_rd_r=1BAMYSCSGJ0X38A6DH1T&psc=1&refRID=1BAMYSCSGJ0X38A6DH1T The Model 155-9 airbrush set features the "Anthem" with a Single needle/nozzle which sprays pencil lines to 3-inch (76 millimeter) patterns; includes air hose, jar, extra jar, extra needle and tip, cap, manual in a sturdy plastic tool box The Anthem’s body design provides exacting balance and long term user comfort for hobbyists, artists, crafters, T-shirt painters, body painters, taxidermists, sign and automotive painters; Dual action, internal mix, siphon (bottom) feed Single needle/nozzle for spraying all mediums, inks, dyes, watercolors, acrylics, enamels, lacquers, glazes, latex, Air-Opaque, Air-Tex, SpectraTex, MODELflex TotallyTattoo and Totally Tan colors Very user friendly airbrush; fastest patented needle release on the market; easy maintenance and cleaning with finger tight assembly tolerances and minimal spare parts to stock. Provides flawless performance in the most rigorous airbrushing environments Badger Airbrushes are American Made. One year on mfg defects with a lifetime on the PTFE needle bearing and any factory labor repairs I also use a top feed Renegrage https://www.everythingairbrush.com/airbrushes/badger-airbrushes/badger-renegade-series-krome-gravity-feed-airbrush.html he Renegades are for use in extremely detailed and tight graphic applications. The Badger Renegade airbrushes are superior to anything that has preceded them in the custom graphic market and they truly take your airbrushing to the next level. Badger have taken the advancements introduced in the Renegade Series onto the next level with the release of the New Badger Renegade Krome. Featuring New Chrome Finish, Air Valve Finger Rest, Cut Away Handle with Paint Flow Adjusting System and much more... Features Air Valve Finger Rest Cut Away Handle with PPS Paint Flow Adjusting System Improved Trigger Action Suitable for use with Acrylics, Lacquers and Urethanes Includes Badger Renegade Series - Velocity Gravity Airbrush 0.21mm 0.33mm Needle & Nozzle included Cup Lid 1/8bsp Hose Adaptor Presentation Case
  2. What Art Gallery will this one be on show in?
  3. Pressed the Nuclear button there on a Bundle. Broke but you only live once....
  4. Chill out lads.....first we fall down...then we get back up again.....
  5. Hey DJ, Play that song looks like they were not there for long.
  6. ta mate, yeah 5 last have flown by. Wayne the chap who replaced me left 2 weeks ago. new chap there now. Got the sea done so must stick a picy up on that when I get a mo.
  7. Great Sounding British name there 'Avanti'. I spose Go West Coast sounds a bit cheap!
  8. Interesting John, I read that Minatur Wonderland in Hamburg have not done a UK Scene as the models just wont be up to the stress! I'll look forward to see Dave's Master Piece when its done though!
  9. Lovely Job on the layout Dave. It will be interesting to see the how long the new Modern RTR produced Locos and thier motors will last with the demands with lots of public running on this one.
  10. You will get that lovely burning smell off the brushes.. Ah the romance of 70 era models...
  11. Good price, Same for Accurascale have a few bob off of thier wagons. I hit the Buy a GT3 with sound button the other day so I am snookered for a bit. Just need a good reason of how it reached 'down south'
  12. LOL - Yep Solo with the boys. Marriage build on a Steady Rock. 5 time next year. heding over there in December with the family for the xmas markerts No Sister I'm Afraid, 3 Single Brothers If your bothered. Hamburg next may will be Paddle Steamers, Steam Launch, Steam Ice Breaker trips with a bit of luck. We are usally Anaesthehised enough with Astra not to be tempted by the 'other' Delights.
  13. Hi Lads, Any of you lads been on German Rail tours? What are they like compared to UK and Irish ones? Was looking at one from Koln in Feb 2020 to the Harz Mountains. Seems to be an Epic journey starting at 421am an getting back past 1am on the Sunday, Pulled by a Diesel first and then Steam on the Harz which is a place I love to Visit. This is the Website I was looking at.€134 notes for the day, 50 quid return on Ryanair to CGN airport. Pretty Reasonable weekend away. only down side is going the Dublin Airport. https://www.nostalgiezugreisen.de/29-02-2020-auf-in-den-harz-nach-wernigerode-oder-blankenburg-neu/ Experience the wintery resin in its breathtaking beauty! Travel with us in the comfortably heated, pulled by the diesel locomotive 218 455 in the DB look of the 1970s special train "Brocken Hexe" either to Wernigerode or to Blankenburg in the Harz! Probably won't make it this year as we lads are off to Hamburg on the Ran Tan on May the 7th for the Port Anniversary so maybe 2021 with the other half. (mind you when I showed her the Itinery she went FXXK that so good chance it will be a solo run, Result Looking at Frankfurt in Novemeber 2020 though, some good looking Steam tours available.
  14. Mostly old gear way past it best before date by the looks of it. Might interest some others though especially the Continental bits. the airfix wagons are pretty good for thier day too.
  15. Pity Mr Graham ain't about some savage deals on the baby GM's years ago. Hope he is doing ok these days.
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