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JohnB

Tamiya Spitfire Mk XVI

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10 hours ago, CrankyCrafstman said:

She's looking real nice John :thumbsup2:

Ron G 

Thanks Ron.

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9 hours ago, GazzaS said:

Lovely, John!  Great photo upgrade, too.

Thank you. I finally got tired of trying to get my old camera to work properly so I "bit the bullet" and bought a new one. Seems to be okay. :)

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I replaced the kit exhausts with some from the Hasegawa P-40. The kit exhausts appear to me to bee slightly over-size. I think the P-40 ones look much better. Still a little touching up needed. :)

 

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A comparison to my earlier build of this kit. Very noticeable I think.

 

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Never noticed that before. The kit ones are flatter compared to the P-40 ones you used. Quite a difference. 

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Looks really good ! And the pics are crystal clear....harv :popcorn:

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2 hours ago, Martinnfb said:

Nice work John.

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Thanks Martin.

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1 hour ago, harv said:

Looks really good ! And the pics are crystal clear....harv :popcorn:

Thank you Harv. I think my new camera will work out just fine. :)

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