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Classic Plastic Status, and an Appeal
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Anything goes, Stuart, as long as the base kit is over 30 years old.

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Eric Mc wrote:
Way hay - my article on the Revell/Monogram X-15 appears in this month's edition of "Scale Aviation Modeller". And it is presented very, very nicely.

Thanks Paul.

I'm feeling quite chuffed.

I'll have to sort out another article before long.


I went out and picked up a copy today. A really interesting Article Eric - nicely done - your writing style was very readable.

The X-15 looks great - a superb aircraft and a nice model.

Well done!

And the Auster looks great too Paul, another interesting article.

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PaulBradley wrote:
Anything goes, Stuart, as long as the base kit is over 30 years old.


Thanks Paul - I'll have a think!

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Your X-15 article is a great read Eric. I'm not a huge fan of test vehicles to be honest but nevertheless I found your article to be very enjoyable and the finished model looks excellent.

I haven't forgotten you Paul. Once I've made up my mind as to a suitable build and I'm toying with the old Airfix Jet Provost T5 and aftermarket decals from Xtradecal, I'll send you a PM.

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ShaunW wrote:
Your X-15 article is a great read Eric. I'm not a huge fan of test vehicles to be honest but nevertheless I found your article to be very enjoyable and the finished model looks excellent.

I haven't forgotten you Paul. Once I've made up my mind as to a suitable build and I'm toying with the old Airfix Jet Provost T5 and aftermarket decals from Xtradecal, I'll send you a PM.


JP - Nice!

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ShaunW wrote:
I haven't forgotten you Paul. Once I've made up my mind as to a suitable build and I'm toying with the old Airfix Jet Provost T5 and aftermarket decals from Xtradecal, I'll send you a PM.


Cheers, Shaun! JP - very nice! :thumbsup:

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Thanks for the compliments chaps. I would really like to have a go at another one soon - I really enjoyed the experience. My day job at this time of the year puts severe limits on my model building so I won't be starting on any more projects until February.


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