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Some of my completed models that would fit the GAGB - picture heavy.

December 8 2016 at 11:44 PM
Graham Carter  (Login gcarter17)
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Since a few other guys have posted shots of previous builds - here are a few of mine. Some of these are from the last millennium but most are from this century.
Airfix Bulldog and Aeroclub Gamecock
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Heller Dewoitine 510
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Aeroclub Fox Moth
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Heller and Azur NiD 27, naval and air force.
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Rareplane Dewoitine 501
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Revell Peashooter
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Esoteric Macchi M16
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Revell SE5a signwriter
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Scratch built Puss Moth from the kit that Vic is building, the PZW something or other
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Two Nimrods , one converted from teh Matchbox Fury and one from Esoteric Vacform.
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three Matchbox Siskins - lovely kit!!
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Matchbox Fury I
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Aeroclub Comper Swift and Scratch built Miles Satyr ( the first aircraft built by George and Blossom Miles)
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RugRat resin Miles Merlin
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Heller Dewoitine 530 conversion
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Sopwith Dove built from an AIrfix Pup
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Wapiti built from a FROG Wallace
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One of my favourites - Heller Potez 540 converted into the airliner version
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Another favourite - the Airfix SM79 converted into the SM79T racer
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More racers - the 3 DH88 Comets from Airfix and FROG
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And finally, and sorry if these bore you , but here is the Rareplane vacform Vega (red one) and the Sword Winnie Mai
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Hope these provide some of you with ideas, or inspiration - " I can better than that!!"
Cheers from Downunder. . now i have to sort out what I want to do..

 
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Stuart Milliken
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Amazing variety of beautiful models

December 9 2016, 12:49 AM 

A veritable museum of Golden Age aviation--inspiring indeed!

Stuart

 
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Mark J Davies
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Oustanding! I too love your Potez.

December 9 2016, 12:52 AM 

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Claus Dam
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Impressive collection, Graham!

December 9 2016, 4:26 AM 

Some rather nice scratchbuilts among them! Love the Puss Moth in particular. I think your Heller Dewoitines are MS 225 and MS 230 respectively happy.gif
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Graham Carter
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OOPS!

December 9 2016, 11:54 AM 


 
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Chris Eldridge
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Very nice collection

December 9 2016, 7:12 AM 

One small labelling mistake. The second image isn't a Heller Dewoitine 510. It's a Heller Morane-Saulnier MS.225.

I'm not a plastic kit builder. I'm a styrene butcher.

 
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Graham Carter
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Double OOPS!

December 9 2016, 11:54 AM 


 
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JonHudak
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Graham that is a beautiful collection! My heads still....

December 11 2016, 5:27 PM 

spinning at the variety and quality and quantity of all these builds of yours, awesome!!

Jon

I know I aint doing much, doing nothing means a lot to me

 
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