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Hi lads, I`ve just finish building my Guillow`s balsa spitfire MK-1 and I want to fly it using a cox.010 tee dee or .020 pee wee. Has anybody here constructed one of these flying models with any success? I just think it seems a little too heavy. It`s
Well, I asked for this,so I guess I had better post something. Actually I had this in mind when I brought the topic up yesterday. Ok, I am away from home and built this up in my hotel room the last couple days. Of course this Guillows Spitfire kit
Hi all, I'm new and I'm looking for someone who could help me make the spitfire mkVB / too 1/32 HobbyBoss. I lack pictures or plans of the engine and landing gear to improve my artwork. If you can help me it will be with joy. Thank you in advance fo
This is one of my favourite YouTube clips, How to NOT film the opening of a programme about the Spitfire! WARNING! If you are offended by strong language (Excusable in this case!) do not watch!
The model shows the Spitfire Mk.IXC "QP-N" piloted by Lt. Fred Ohr. 2nd FS, 52nd FG, 12th AF, USAAF; Malta / Sicily, June / August 1943. Probably the only World War II flying ace of Asian descent, Fred F. Ohr overcame widespread distrust of
Supermarine Spitfire LF Mk.IXE piloted by LtCol Vasilii Antonovich MATSIEVICH, commander of 26 Guards Fighter Regiment of Air Defence of Leningrad - ace with 24 victories (18 individual and 6 shared) - end of 1944. 26 GIAP-PVO (until November 22, 1942
Here is another "burger"...By the same way as the Fw, was built within 24 hours OOB. No improvements at all, straight from the box. A good kit, ex Airfix molds. Hope U like it.