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Hi

My father has made a new Supermarine Spitire. This is the number 121 of the Supermarine Spitfire / Seafire.

He represents this aircraft since it was the aircraft which was sit on last time he went to Uk. Here are some photos.

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Thanks to Dave Fleming we get the decals to build this Focke Wulf 152 Ta Air Min 11.


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A great collection of models,well tidy indeed.


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Hi guys

My father has done two more Defiant for this series. Here are some photos of them:


11) Defiant Mk II ZJ/M AA583 Sqn Ldr Haine 96 Sqn Wrexham April 1942


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12) Defiant Mk I PS/U L7013

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Here are some photos showing all the Defiant made so far::

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Hi to all,


After a long absent here are some photos of the latest models done by my father. I am glad to post some photos again.


13) Defiant AA292 P used for Martin Baker Ejection Seat trials during October 1945

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14) Defiant Mk I L6957 PS/T 264 Sqn Duxford 1940

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15) Defiant Mk II N1550 first prototype of MkII in 1940

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16) Defiant Mk II N1550 first prototype of MkII in 1942

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Both prototype together

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17) Defiant Mk I AA414 M 515 Squadron. Its role was in electronic countermeasures warfare, jamming enemy radar using Moonshine and Mandrel

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All the 17 Bouton Paul Defiant made so far. The final number will be around 25 models

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I have started to separate the information about the North American P51 which will probably be an important series with more than 50 models.

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More superb work guys. Very impressive. I am looking forward to following the P51 builds. It's a pity I couldn't meet up with your father when he came over here. It would have been an honour to meet him.

All the best.

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Always varied; always well built; always interesting!
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Absolutely brilliant Santiago, this is so much the thread that keeps on giving. Thank you & your Dad for sharing these jewels with us.
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Hi guys!!!!. Many thanks for your comments and keep the interesting on this topic.

My father has made a couple of more Defiant. Here are the photos.

18) Defiant Mk II TT1 AA507 8 Egypt 1945

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19) Defiant Mk II TT1 DR863 Prototype July 1942

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All together so far
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Always class models from your father, Santiago and in these series builds I nearly always see versions that I never knew existed of a type that I'm otherwise quite familiar with! Wonderful.

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Superb as always and I agree with Shaun, very educational.

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Hi guys,

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Always class models from your father, Santiago and in these series builds I nearly always see versions that I never knew existed of a type that I'm otherwise quite familiar with! Wonderful.

Many thanks. Well that the idea and like the previous ones, I am really glad with the results.

These are the latest and final Defiants done by my Father.

20) Defiant TT1 AA544 103 16497 AACU N° 26

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The Twins.

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21) Defiant DS155 N°22 AACU Karachi India Flown by Sq Ldr Young

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22) Defiant N3512
¨Both engine and airframe experimental work was carried out there starting in the middle of 1941 and not ending until late in 1944. The Merlin XLV was fitted in June 1941 followed by a Merlin XLVI. The pilots canopy was retained and the retractable fairing behind it locked in the down position with the turret faired over. Carburetter development also came within the aegis of Farnboroughs work especially at high altitiudes. N3512 flew some 70 hours in theses tests

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23) Defiant N3379

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24) Defiant TT1 AA591 June 1944

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25) Defiant TTIII S5/W T3919 691 Sqd

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26) Defiant TTIII DS121 of 733 NAS 1945

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Here are the 26 Defiants in our display cabint.

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The final photos will come soon......... :shock: :shock: :shock: :shock: :shock:

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Good grief!
Absolutely awesome!

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