Bluebird & Other Scale Models

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Heres some photos of my dads ernie lazenby 1/6 th turbine k7 under constructio 2005
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That is a labour of time, dedication and a love for the subject matter right there ^^^

Amazing Attention to detail, the rivets especially. Did he count them?
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Amazing Attention to detail, the rivets especially. Did he count them?
He did, as it happens. the only modeller allowed access to the wreck.
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Heres a short vid of it running at ullswater https://youtu.be/iZJvQ-lBmpM

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Renegadenemo wrote:
Tue Sep 26, 2017 8:12 pm
Amazing Attention to detail, the rivets especially. Did he count them?
He did, as it happens. the only modeller allowed access to the wreck.
So you are saying he is a Rivet counter then?

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Just watched the video and wow! what a belter!
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All Ernies models are fantastic.
Exactly which did he build? Does he still have the others?

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Yeah my dad has built k4 and k3 theres some photos on this link
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I'm sure I've seen Crusader, SLO-Mo-Shun & spirit of oz by him too.

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Miss budweiser built by my dad ernie lazenby
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Nice. Just Need Barry Hares to put in a fully working scale engine :D
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