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PostPosted: May 3rd, 2011, 6:20 am 
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Hi

It is nice to be here again and in order to make the first post in this new place I would like to share with all of you all the models made by my father and I.

This is our collection so far (522 models done and 124 to be rebuilt plus 557 kits)

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TOP RIGHT MODULE
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BELOW RIGHT MODULE
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TOP LEFT MODULE
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BELOW LEFT MODULE
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TOP RIGHT MODULE

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BELOW RIGHT MODULE

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TOP LEFT MODULE

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BELOW LEFT MODULE (all these models will be re build in the future).

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And our best series

Supermarine Spitfire series (115 models)
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Hawer Hurricane series (109 models)
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Very impressive!!! James Storrer Yak-9 very beautiful...
When was finished first kit? And why in your collection only british aircraft and other aircraft with british markings?


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I have a question for you. Can you tell me a little bit about your Wellington minesweeper? We recently had a Wellington group build on the old forum and I was originally going to attempt the MS but because of the lack of photos I bailed on the project. I would love to know how you built your nose, the ring and all the ring attaching points.

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Woooooow that is one hell of a collection, I bet you are glad you didn’t start in 1/32 scale.

What is the story behind the black and white stripped Hurricane?

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PostPosted: May 3rd, 2011, 9:57 pm 
And suddenly, I'm quite a bit more sane than you lot gave me credit for!


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As cool as ever Santiago but I can't help thinking you need more Spitfires! :ha:

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Glad you brought your work over to the new site Santiago. I always enjoyed following you and your Fathers stunning work. Look forward to seeing more!

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PostPosted: May 5th, 2011, 4:12 am 
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Hi to all

It is really nice to be here in this new home.

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Very impressive!!! James Storrer Yak-9 very beautiful...

Many thanks. It is one of my favourite models. I made it. :grin:
Here you will find our background on this aircraft.
http://vvs.hobbyvista.com/Research/Yako ... /index.php

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When was finished first kit?

My father started in this hobby in his childhood (all the ones which appears in the "rebuild" module).
I could say that on 2001 my father started to build the models with the actual standard.

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And why in your collection only british aircraft and other aircraft with british markings?

Our aim is to model all the aircraft types that flew with the Royal Air Force, the Fleet Air Arm, BOAC and all the Commonwealth in the time frame between 1936 and 1947, in all major versions. And to include also Lend-Lease and captured enemy types.

That it is why we make "series" of each aircraft.

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Can you tell me a little bit about your Wellington minesweeper?

Of course. Please send me a PM with your email address and I will send you the information I have as regards the Wellington minesweeper. I have an article and a couple of photos from differents books. My father made all the pieces from scratch.

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What is the story behind the black and white stripped Hurricane?

That Hurricane was called DODO. Send me a PM and I will send you two short but good articles as regards this Hurricane.

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As cool as ever Santiago but I can't help thinking you need more Spitfires!

Totally agree. We have at least 10 more Spitfire to add :grin:

Many thanks Narayan. I am working on the Westland Lysander project which I belive will be of aprox. 25 models.

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Fantastic, beautifully presented....

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Hi Many thanks.

My father has finished the second Lincoln for a friend of him.

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We have started to revise the kits that we have for our next project (Westland Lysander). We have 13 kits, 3 more kits are comming and we will need at least 10 more.

I do not have the final list but I cannot reduce the numbers of Lysanders selected (at least 30).

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Hi to all

I have been working a bit more in our Lysnder project and I made the first selection for this series.

Here is the preliminary list. I think that we will build aproximately 30 models.


Serial Mk Code letter Sqdn Place Date
1 K6127 Prot --- ---
2 L4729 Mk I --- 16 Old Sarum may-38
3 R1992 Mk I --- --- Western Desert 1940
4 --- Mk I KJ-L 16 (AC) Old Sarum, Wiltshire Autum 1938
5 L4673 Mk I --- --- June 1940
6 --- Mk I --- --- --- --- Air brake tested
7 K6127 Mk I --- --- Yeovil 27/071941 a 1944
8 P1698 Mk II --- --- Feilton Pre War
9 P9105 Mk II --- --- 1941
10 K6127 Mk II --- --- (20 mm cannons)
11 P9191 Mk II --- 12 Anti Malarial Control Unit Corsica 1944
12 459 Mk II --- --- Rockliffe, Ontario March 1942
13 L4798 Mk II HB/X 239 1940
14 V9576 Mk III AR/N 309 (Polish) Ipswich December 6 1941 (Excercise Scorch 7 / 14 hs on Saturday, December 6 to sunset on Sunday, December 7,1941
15 T1771 Mk III --- --- A&AEE June 1941
16 T1508 Mk III --- --- Issoudun ene-42
17 V9367 Mk III MA/B 161 Tempsford 1942
18 --- Mk III JR/P 161 invasion bands.
19 V9289 Mk III C 357 Mingaladon February 1945
20 V9287 Mk III --- 161 Tempsford 1942
21 1557 Mk III --- --- Patricia Bay 1944
22 T1445 Mk III K-W6-K 755 NAS Worthy Down 1941-1942
23 V9815 Mk III --- A&AEE February 1943
24 V9905 Mk III --- --- Yeovil 1941



My father has started to clone the necesary pieces (cowling, engine, canopy, wheels, propeller, etc, ) in order to improve the kits that we are going to use.

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He will start to build the first batch of 4 models soon.

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Mama Mia! I think I just blew a fuse in my head! :lol:

What a collection! Fantastic!

And only British subjects?

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Hi

First of all, I am really sorry for not been posting for a such time but I have been very bussy at work and home.

My father has started to build the first batch of Lysanders.

L4729 Mk I --- 16 Old Sarum may-38
P1698 Mk II --- --- Feilton Pre War
R1992 Mk I --- --- Western Desert 1940
V9576 Mk III AR/N 309 (Polish) Ipswich December 6 1941

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As always he has improved the kits and cloned the pieces for improving all the models that we are going to do for this series.

I am still working on the reaserch for looking more aircrafts to include in this series.

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