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Sparky1962
#1 Posted : 30 June 2019 08:14:48

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morning all,
how about a hurricane, mosquito & wellington as new partworks. would sit nicely with the spitfire & Dakota.
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#2 Posted : 01 July 2019 07:39:28

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Some interesting ideas in that list.

There was a lancaster large scale partwork a few years ago but you would need some soace for something that large or possible a wall to put it on.

Hurricane would be interesting.

Tony
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#3 Posted : 01 July 2019 07:51:38

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BigGrin I think there would be massive interest in the Mosquito, especially as it’s made out of wood anyway Love
It would certainly get my vote ThumpUp
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