Discussion in 'Chit-Chat' started by backonthecase, Aug 9, 2010.
are you going to build the signed one,
For sure not in the near future Moni, I have to move put from the house for a few months, I'm going to renovate the house. So no bench time for at least 3-4 months
I don't know exactly why I bought that one this morning....
I'm not a plane builder!
If It's anything like your Stuka it should be a great build Polux.
The only question is, When are you going to start it ?
Nice one John , I know youre a sucker for a classic ford ! cheers tony
I don't know yet!!!
Anyway I want to build something different...
A civilian version, a "what if" or my Tartan project!!!
Any idea or suggestion?
Postman delivered this today.
I normally do boats, not planes, in fact I haven't done a plane for 40 years. I was thinking as this was carried on German WW2 ships, it's related to ship building. Also it has a hull! I was going to buy the 1/48th one, so that it matched the new Supermarine Walrus from Airfix, which I have pre-ordered. But as it was only £20 I bought this instead.
I will wait for your build thread Graham
It won't be for a while, I am only about 1/2 way through the build of the USS New York. But it will be started once I have finished the New York.
Here's this mornings boot sale find its full plank on frame all complete and untouched only cost a five pound note
Good day today, couple of parcels delivered.
Some more of the HobbyZone modules for my work bench and some bits from John, despatched with his usual efficiency.
The gaugemaster scenic is to stick to the back of the hobbyzone modules, as they face the door to the room, and provide a more pleasing view as you walk in. If you are really unlucky I will post a picture once everything is assembled and in place.
Picked this up at RIAT on the Saturday, another one to add to my SPAGG collection
Very nice Steve
do like Steve,
always interested to see what they like Dave,
Bought this yesterday, I love helicopters so thought I'd give this one a go
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