Mac's builds 2017

mac1677
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Joined: 7:26 PM - Jan 15, 2016

4:54 PM - Nov 19, 2017 #1

Hi all,
Not as productive a year as I would have liked, but here they are in no particular order :grin:













































Well that's 22 up to now, I would like to finish another two or three builds before the end of the year :grin:
Regards

Mac

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Disorder
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Joined: 5:03 PM - Feb 20, 2013

5:03 PM - Nov 19, 2017 #2

Wow! Thats what I call a productive year. Fantastic work Mac.
Regards, Paddy.
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Mark M
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Joined: 4:22 PM - Feb 11, 2011

5:42 PM - Nov 19, 2017 #3

some crackers considering how buy you been this year with moving and changing jobs
Regards Mark
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TomTheCat
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9:49 PM - Nov 19, 2017 #4

Awesome! One better than the other :cool
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Olde Farte
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Joined: 3:17 PM - Dec 17, 2012

9:06 AM - Nov 20, 2017 #5

Blimey this is even more prolific than Mark's, beautiful and varied selection though.
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tc2324
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Joined: 10:43 PM - Feb 11, 2011

9:20 AM - Nov 20, 2017 #6

Some great looking models here Macc and if that`s an example of a none productive year, god help us if you go into full production mode..... :grin:

Can`t decide if the Canberra or any of your AFV`s are the pic of the bunch. :clap:
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Johni044
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Joined: 9:59 PM - Aug 29, 2012

9:15 AM - Jan 01, 2018 #7

I’m not going to try and pick a favourite, they are all mighty fine. Well done.
Xacto! Really.? How many years do you need to design a knife where the blades don't drop out ?
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RJ Tucker
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Joined: 2:34 AM - Nov 26, 2015

11:11 AM - Jan 01, 2018 #8

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A fine job!

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Jonesy113
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Joined: 1:51 PM - Jun 02, 2013

12:13 PM - Jan 01, 2018 #9

Some great models there :cool :clap:
On the Bench:
Airfix 1/48 Harrier GR3
Airfix 1/48 Canberra B(I)8

On the Shelf:
A family of Harriers, mainly in 1/48 (GR7, FRS1, FA2) some in 1/72 (GR5, T10).
Trio of Eurofighter a Typhoons in 1/48 (EF2000, Single seater and Twin seater).
1/48 Spitfire Mk9
1/72 B17
1/48 Tornado F3
1/48 Alpha jet
Many more...
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mac1677
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Joined: 7:26 PM - Jan 15, 2016

2:54 PM - Jan 01, 2018 #10

Thank you chaps :cool

I have managed to finish a couple more before last nights deadline :grin:

Hobby Craft 1/48 Avia S-199 Knife (HC1540):


Airfix 1/72 Hunting Percival Jet Provost T.4 (A55116)


Thanks for looking in :cool
Regards

Mac

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Olde Farte
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9:43 AM - Jan 02, 2018 #11

2 worthy additions.
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