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Grunhertz

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  1. Thanks guys I have built it and have the pilots grandson buying it from me I'll dig out some pics later and it is a beautiful build I used a mixture of bobs buckles and radu buckles with prym line
  2. What the actual?????? I thought that was a warp
  3. The SH tempest is like most SH kits you need to understand it rather than build it. It's not Tamiya or Hasegawa. But the surface detail and resin to my mind makes it a fantastic kit. Its a kit that demands you think it through. I saw one magazine build where the author cut the bottom off the interior detail to make it fit, not needed it's all about the build up of the undercarriage bays then it fits like a glove. The nose is a bit bigger than the fuselage again easily sorted but you just need to think about it. I would certainly build another.
  4. Sol works with Cartograf pretty well but the trick is don't play with em let things settle on their own
  5. The fit is nice but really tight in places just sayin
  6. I know what you mean, I'm sure jeroen will make it look brilliant though.
  7. 1/48 a4e, Revell flower class corvette in 1/144 scale various armour projects with individual track links agghhhhh
  8. My only comment on this would be that those subjects make money and it will be a brave manufacturer that will produce a 1/32 or larger kit that isn't one of the "hero planes". Amongst a lot of people I know there was genuine anguish that airfix produced the hellcat when there was a "need" for a retooled spitfire or 109, I pointed out that as bad as those kits are airfix still make money from those 70's toolings. I personally am still wanting a ZM TA152 because I'm a 190 etc fan. But I do still like my esoteric stuff as well.
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