Been in't workshop

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RON
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Sorry guys,
Im just a fan of the transparent films, Oralite easily been the best. Think the yellow would look good

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I've never used film, it seems very popular in the antipodes and the states. I don't think id ever be confident enough with my building standard to show it off to the wider world outside of you guys!
Very nice Ron. Looks a nice design that one. Bill Dean?
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I think it was Albert E Hatful Stew. Here’s a video of the maiden

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The Keil kraft invader was the first design Albert Hatfull submitted to Eddie Keil at the tender age of 17 years old.
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Good grief, at 17 I didn't know rat s**t from rice crispies!

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3/4 covered Titch's wing, and run out of red Esaki! Don't you just hate it when that happens.
Also, curved wing tips Gaaaah! Managed, but what a fanny on!
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Stew wrote: 01 Mar 2020, 18:05 Good grief, at 17 I didn't know rat s**t from rice crispies!

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Must have made for some interesting breakfasts Stew!!!
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I'm not sure how I missed this one. Looks fantastic Ron.

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Well that's the Titch 99% done.
Didn't enjoy that one little bit. Sorry Mr Warring. Way too fiddly for what it is.
My BMFA number will be going on the white section on the wing where I ran out of enough Red Esaki to do the whole panel...
I don't have any small diesels so probably a KP01 up front. There's no DT so I probably won't have it long.

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Lovely work Stew👏👍

But, no DT :shock: - it looks ready to "flee & be free" just sitting there.....
Cheers,

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