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 on: Today at 05:03:01 PM 
Started by C-3PO - Last Post by timgarrod
good idea,

 :-))

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 on: Today at 04:39:12 PM 
Started by dlancast - Last Post by dlancast
My builds are all static.  I keep telling myself that I will venture into RC at some point.  I chose 1/350 scale for mainly, the small footprint.  With aircraft carriers, you tend to run out of space quickly, especially if you case them, which I do.  My Maritime Museum, as my wife calls it is cases of ship models stacked everywhere. My friends sure enjoy taking the tour.  I don't know how this scale would lend itself to sailing, as it is so small.  For the detailer, their are many cottage industries out there now who support the bigger kit manufacturers in getting out fine detail in PE or resin cast.  Seems to be no limit.  You can even fit out the aircraft cockpit if you have a mind to.  Best of luck sir and enjoy this great hobby.  (I'm currently building a wood and fabric Spitfire at 3/4"=1' scale).  Dennis

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 on: Today at 04:32:25 PM 
Started by Klunk - Last Post by MartinL
Myself and a couple of mates fancy the trip up to Wicksteed, do I have to book for camping and if so, who with.

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 on: Today at 03:59:33 PM 
Started by Stix77 - Last Post by Stix77
Thatís brilliant. Thanks John. Iíll send my number across now.

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 on: Today at 03:47:04 PM 
Started by ojays - Last Post by ojays
Blimey there's a tremendous amount of work gone into that, and my I say it looks incredible .

I remember your screen name from Relish Models Forum.
Any Idea what happened to it, as no new posts for years.

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 on: Today at 03:40:12 PM 
Started by ojays - Last Post by kpnuts
Blimey there's a tremendous amount of work gone into that, and my I say it looks incredible .

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 on: Today at 03:34:33 PM 
Started by dlancast - Last Post by frogman3

Hello im a newbie on the forum an I have just skimmed through your build like I did on the enterprise build as I fully intend to look more closely when the missus is whatchin tv  an I think its fantastic how you can sqeeze so much into such a small scale brilliant work an I as well wish you well on your eye surgery an i'll be watching your build as well
chris

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 on: Today at 03:30:34 PM 
Started by Stix77 - Last Post by johnv
Hi can I help it's John V i live in peterPeterbo  can you pm phone number cheers John V

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 on: Today at 03:11:11 PM 
Started by ojays - Last Post by frogman3

HI I hope to see some pics of her sailing ?. As up at the Norwich pond a gent had one of these  that sails but I did not see it sail as he said it was to windy an please do persevere as you are building it better than I could in this scale i'll be watching the build great stuff I love carrier's
chris

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 on: Today at 03:06:55 PM 
Started by ojays - Last Post by ojays
Thank you for your kind comments, taking longer than I thought it would.

I know all the electrics work, so not concerned with that side of things anymore.

I'm still working on the air wing, approximately at #50 so far, and the support
equipment around and about.
 
I don't know what possessed me to take on anything this small, I normally do 1/35,
1/48 and 1/72 scale.
My eyes and fingers are really suffering with this, but I'll persevere, though I know I wont
take on anything this small again.

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