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4:12 PM - Nov 11, 2015 #11

Must have reached top of the que by now ;)
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Joined: 12:46 PM - Mar 29, 2015

4:44 PM - Nov 11, 2015 #12

It has, paint goes on tomorrow afternoon.

Colin
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6:35 PM - Nov 29, 2015 #13

I'm calling it finished, possibly the worst plastic ever to appear in an Airfix box. The doors must be from another kit, they don't fit in any direction. Headlamps work though.





Colin

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Joined: 12:50 PM - Mar 29, 2015

7:17 PM - Nov 29, 2015 #14

That looks ok .will fill a gap or too at the shows ;)
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7:33 PM - Nov 29, 2015 #15

Andykirby61 wrote:will fill a gap or too at the shows ;)
And most of one table :wow:
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10:49 PM - Nov 29, 2015 #16

Sometimes size does matter... ;-)

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7:39 PM - Nov 30, 2015 #17

Good work Colin :thumb:
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Joined: 12:46 PM - Mar 29, 2015

9:43 PM - Nov 30, 2015 #18

Thanks folks

By way of therapy I started a Tamiya 1/35 Cromwell on Saturday, finished the build on Sunday. Everything fits, even the fiddly bits. Need to order some more Vallejo Air to finish the painting.

Colin
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Joined: 10:38 PM - Apr 30, 2015

7:10 PM - Dec 01, 2015 #19

ColinM wrote:I'm calling it finished, possibly the worst plastic ever to appear in an Airfix box.
Gadzooks! Are you saying this trumps the 1/72 Concorde in the pile of poo stakes?

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8:01 PM - Dec 01, 2015 #20

I'm afraid so. At least Concorde, despite its need for filler still looks good when finished. The doors in particular are a complex shape and just don't fit. The bonnet hinges allowed the bonnet to fall out, the boot couldn't be opened unless the engine compartment was open and even then it was poor. I could go on...

Colin
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