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  2. Clunkmeister

    1st LSM Christmas Raffle

    Just to get you guys off my back, I might just wait toll new year to draw it.. na na na na naaaaa
  3. This photo appears in my copy of Mosquito Bomber/Fighter-Bomber Units 1942-45 by Martin Bowman ( Osprey Combat Aircraft #4)............... caption reads .... " No. 143 Sqdn's FB VI HR405/NE-A, banks away from Charles Brown's camera off the Scottish coast, exposing it's rocket rails, and underside details to good effect. This aircraft survived the war to eventually be struck of charge in November 1946" The original photo credit to Phil Jarrett. I hope I have been of some help in your quest.. if I come across anything more I will pass it on.... if anyone is interested.....
  4. Martinnfb

    Lost Parts

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  6. JohnB

    Lost Parts

    Parts are in the mail Peter.
  7. Clunkmeister

    Package from Poland!!

    I agree totally!
  8. Thanks Phil..... I'm not sure I'd go as far as 'genius', more .. enthusiast? And as I am really into Mosquitoes and Spitfires, I have accumulated a little bit of info along the way.... and always very glad to be able to share, and help out... the research is a lot of fun.........
  9. Martinnfb

    Kitchen 1.1

    this is how it looks, in bare form. in case of water leak, more like this
  10. OF COURSE it will be needed..................... don't these egg heads get this???
  11. Martinnfb

    Kitchen 1.1

    He meant , concrete slab, There are only foundation walls along the perimeter of the house, possibly at load-bearing points.
  12. Well, after seemingly endless stream of phone-calls, they said that they will pay for it if it is really needed after the hood is painted and everything in place. So we shall see. It better be perfect paint match.
  13. Bomber_County

    Kitchen 1.1

    What no concrete.........
  14. Ivan Ivanovich

    Package from Poland!!

    I sense the Yuk is just what the doctor prescribed to cure the MuG blues.
  15. Man, Jeff you’re a genius......
  16. sssssssssssssooooooooooooooooooooo did the insurance cover the blending?/ Did we shame them into it??
  17. I stopped by the shop this morning and the bumper was off the car so I took advantage of it and applied some personalizing touch to the grill. Before After
  18. a more clear one for you........................ so the short answer, YUP she's real....
  19. I believe this could be HR 405, at least it looks like to to me....
  20. This may be of some interest although does speak of 143 Squadron, but not specifically of HR405 or its crew.. http://www.scotshistoryonline.co.uk/sorties.html
  21. It IS Coded NE*A, that's true but it doesn't look like it is a famous raider of any notoriety, at least in what I have.... so far
  22. A little more digging and I have this ...she had Merlin 23/25's, built by Standard Motors, delivered in September 1944, not much more, unless you can get to the squadron ORB... best I can do with the info I have...
  23. well I had to go through 4071 airframe datas, to come up with this little bit so far.... Flown by F/O A.V. Randell and R.R. Rawlins of the Banff Strike Wing and was S.O.C. November 23, 1946. I will see if I can find anything operationally if you like..... so far not much out there, nothing listed for 1945
  24. Drifter old chum, can you give a specific date? and what kind of info are you looking for, I just might have it, but a date would be easier for me to dig....
  25. Wouter

    1/48 Wellington Mk.X (He727 NA-K)

    Looks Superb Jeroen! Well done.
  26. Clunkmeister

    Package from Poland!!

    Uhh huh. Cool. You’ll knock both of those out of the park. Easiest way for me out of my Mug-23 blues is the HPH set plus all the goodies I have for it. I have all the AM including Zacto stuff for the earlier taildragger 23. Oh man that Trumpy kit is nasty.
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