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Airfix A-7 completed...ish

April 28 2012 at 5:25 AM

Allan  (Login anjusan01)
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Ive just had a month away from "the bench" and lost momentum with this offering. I also lost the anti collision light and blade antenna. Ill call it a day until I find the pieces (they must be here somewhere).

My trouble is ,I set my own low standards and then fail to achieve them.(lol)

OOB (Airfix airframe) OOB decals (Fujimi)

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Its a fool that looks at the sun and points at the moon.

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James Ebert ''Randy''
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I enjoy starring upward at your so called "low standards"

April 28 2012, 8:43 PM 

Nice, clean, and elegant.

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(Login anjusan01)
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Thanks James..but the camera does sometimes lie LOL

April 29 2012, 7:43 AM 


Its a fool that looks at the sun and points at the moon.

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Tim Mixon
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If that is your low standard

April 29 2012, 10:35 AM 

I certainly would like to see your High standard as well!

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Ted Preston
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Agree With Randy and Tim

April 29 2012, 12:27 PM 

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Leon Simpson
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April 30 2012, 8:41 PM 

Ever heard the expression "your own worst critic?"

For a 1/72oob Airfix, your effort is nothing to sneeze at, and I know from whence I speak.

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William De Coster
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Great looking Sluf

May 1 2012, 3:06 PM 

I like it Allan, we don't see so many Airfix Corsair jets... and these decals really do it justice, great choice !

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