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Riversuirs other modelling bench

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Kinda back to the past with this, cut my teeth on aircraft kits back in the early 90's a combination of ex Aer Corps father and sitting at the end of the airport runway most Saturdays.

The swmbo is into the warbirds ww2 era so to wreck her head I started with a typhoon;), problem now is there's a vampire, a4 in the stash. Plus while buying a new 141 today spotted a Fokker Friendship, Severn class lifeboat and a piper cub plus rail dvd all for 100 notes!!!. Now to build the blooming things.......

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Totally agree George, really enjoyed making it so far parts when t together really well unlike the lifeboat which is really trying the old patience...

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Might be an idea for the other spitfire in the stash, slowly working through this lot at the moment.

Hurricane, fouga & vampire are going to be in iac colours, f 27 either in fokker or aer lingus colours & the a 4 will be in yankie navy colours.

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WIP - Seafire MkII Operation Avalanche..

 

And the Instrument Panel again - right way up...

 

Hi Greybeema,

 

Welcome to the forum. Lovely modelling... however, I'd advise setting up your own workbench thread as this one is for Riversuir's work. :)

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Are those planes narrow or broad gauge?

 

(Running for cover...,.,.!)

 

:-)

 

737s travel by rail during the assembly process...

 

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..but, it doesn't always go completely to plan..

 

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