Baward

Bio: Quite new to Corgi diecast, I have only been collecting them for a year or so.

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baward

18 posts

@Agent X20

For the doors a sharp knife..?

The front undercarriage UNIT is very tight when pressed home and does take some wiggling to get it out...

 

 

Many thanks for the tip, Agent X20.

baward

18 posts

@Agent X20

For the doors a sharp knife..?

The front undercarriage UNIT is very tight when pressed home and does take some wiggling to get it out...

 

 

 

baward

18 posts

Lovely model but I find it impossible to remove the nose gear cover. Any tips? :-)

baward

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I ordered this one (not English Electric Lightning F6 XR728/JS , RAF Binbrook), back in early January 2017. It's listed in my orders as being on 'pre-order' - should I not have received it by now? 

Thanks.

baward

18 posts

I there a webpage where I can see the 'Skill Levels' explained?

Thank you.

baward

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Well, here's my effort, my first in just over 40 years! A very nice model I must say, very straightforward to do. This must be how my 13 year old self would have done! I guess I can only improve...

baward

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Wow, this looks excellent, congratulations. I am 80% finished on the same model (my first build for 40 years!) but you clearly have the edge on me. I am looking forward to painting the frame of the canopy with dread, any tips gratefully received!

baward

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My vote would be for Corgi to do the Fw 200, to the standard of the new JU-52 which I love.

baward

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I know gold ones are scarce, but its always been illogical to me that 'the Goldfinger' car is gold, when the actual car used  isn't. I'm happy with my silver one, the gold one might as well be sky blue pink!

baward

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A great ramnge of aircraft. There are at least 7 I can see which are no-brainers for me :-)

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