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|Nick Lloyd||21/10/2011 20:21:22|
2299 forum posts
4 sounds good mate
|Neil doman||21/10/2011 20:32:05|
2865 forum posts
4 Sounds good to me just gotta decide what to build now.
|David Ward||21/10/2011 21:27:35|
767 forum posts
4 months is good
|Ken Holland||21/10/2011 22:21:18|
4601 forum posts
|4 months seems good to me too Chris. I'm not sure what I'm going to do for the last 3 though.|
|Ross Moore||21/10/2011 22:23:24|
4511 forum posts
I think 4 months is the sweet spot and for those that will need more time, you could probably start early.
|Chris Meddings||21/10/2011 22:45:54|
9735 forum posts
Wel 4 months seems to be the most popular option, I would really rather that kits were unstarted before the beginning of the GB though
|Graeme C.||21/10/2011 22:45:55|
883 forum posts
I've got a Dragon Vc firefly and an AFV club M10 Achilles, which I need some motivation to build. I'd like to join in, only I'm not sure what I'm letting myself in for!
I think 4 months is about right.
8799 forum posts
I've been in two minds as to whether this is something for me. I don't want to be out of my depth and start something which I don't follow through with. But a couple of months to decide what to do and then 4 winter months for the actual build sounds doable and fun. So count me in as a probable if thats OK.
|Ian Robinson||22/10/2011 14:26:54|
10446 forum posts
Good idea Chris, not got any Shermans in the stash yet
|Chris Langwade||22/10/2011 18:49:59|
1200 forum posts
Ian , pop down to your local 'modelzone', they are still floggin the academy 'shermans' for peanuts,
if memory serves, you have the choice of the russian, u.s.marine and possibly the M10 versions.
(the russian one builds up into a fantastic looking kit...i did it a few months back and was very pleased with the results)
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