Wilfried Bogaerts Good luck Uncle, you're a brave man, heard it's a putty monster but the only way to find out is to build it
12. December 2013 at 21:58:09
Bill Gilman I have the Sea Hornet in my stash. We'll see how that one goes together, but I'm not worried. I come from the time when models had more putty in them than plastic.
13. December 2013 at 01:43:03
Burkhard D The prerequisite to having unique kits in the collection is to tackle those your fellows won't
Anyway, it's a nice airplane, one of the final high-performance propeller designs that saw operational service.
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