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  1. Hey folks welcome to the Fly Hurricane build. I picked up a couple of these off eBay, this was one type the other kit being the Sea Hurricane version. Below are some intro pics of the project. Hurri MkII by The 3rd Placer, on Flickr Hurri MkII by The 3rd Placer, on Flickr Hurri MkII by The 3rd Placer, on Flickr Hurri MkII by The 3rd Placer, on Flickr More pics soon, I'm not much for historical facts or long drawn out reviews. What I can do is let the pics do the talking and share tips and tricks along the way! Ryan
  2. 1:32 Hawker Hurricane Mk.IIc Trop Fly Catalogue # 32013 Available from Fly for €37,70 Introduction I never quite understood why companies like Tamiya, Hasegawa or another quality kitmaker hasn’t touch the Hurricane in 32nd scale. Ofcourse Revell have done their version of the Mk.I back in the seventies. To be honest this kit still is pretty decent to this day and can be made into something decent. Especially when you add some aftermarket, like the MDC resin cockpit or Grey Matter figures resin upgrades. And then there are the limited run kits done by Pacific Coast Models. To me t
  3. 1:32 Hawker Hurricane Mk. IIc Fly Model Catalogue # 32012 Available from Fly Model for around £30 The venerable Hawker Hurricane was the very last in a generation of fighter designs that could trace its roots back to the machines that fought in the skies during the Great War. Whilst countries such as Germany were taking advantage of newer, all metal, stressed skin designs, Hawker soldiered on with its hybrid of both old and new. Designed by Sydney Camm, the prototype machine first flew in late 1935, before eventually seeing active service in late 1937. Origina
  4. Hi guys, Does anyone of you know which of the supplied markings in the metal wing Hurricane should be fitted with the DeHavilland propeller and pointy spinner?
  5. Whilst NOT strictly a walk-around, GUY5SY has asked that post the following YouTube clip here as there is an amazing amount of footage of the Lancaster and of the Mosquito whilst in the ground and both inside and out. Then, of course, you get to see and hear 6 aircraft powered by Merlin engines flying in formation with each other :- It's glorious!! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ceuU1UQuwVU Enjoy it. Grant
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