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ProjectTech Profiles / Re: The Air Staff and the Helicopter
« Last post by starviking on April 18, 2017, 04:46:32 am »
Looking' good! That's jumped to the top of my want list.
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ProjectTech Profiles / Re: The Air Staff and the Helicopter
« Last post by CJGibson on April 18, 2017, 01:48:12 am »
The Air Staff and the Helicopter is ready to print.

Copies should be available in mid-May (the day job is getting in the way).

It'll be 11.95 plus P+P and as ever, probably quicker to get it from me. I'll post details once I have it in my hands.

Meantime some low res pages.

Chris

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ProjectTech Profiles / Re: Harrier Projects (Future title)
« Last post by Harrier on March 31, 2017, 11:30:12 am »
Last week I finally took a look at the folder it is in!

Have been busy with work and kids, but demands from both easing off a bit, so hope springs eternal.....

Once I actually do anything on it i'll let you know. In the meantime, Tony Buttler's new 1127/Kestrel book is great.
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ProjectTech Profiles / Re: Harrier Projects (Future title)
« Last post by ford_tempo on March 29, 2017, 08:37:22 am »
Any news about this book?

F_T
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ProjectTech Profiles / Re: The Air Staff and the Helicopter
« Last post by EwanS on February 19, 2017, 10:52:24 pm »
I'm looking forward to this book, the cover is amazing.
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Just say the word, I will help in any way I can.
Best,
Paul FIsher
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Ah, yes..being stuck here in a forgotten corner of California creates much the same problem for me in my research.I know it sounds odd that a Yank would be nutty about British prototypes and paper planes , but that's my story and I'm sticking to it.
I have a lot of happy model building customers in the UK who are always asking if they can be of help, so do let me know and maybe I can connect you with willing accomplices!

Best,
Paul

Hmm... California. Could be useful for the other book I'm researching for.
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Ah, yes..being stuck here in a forgotten corner of California creates much the same problem for me in my research.I know it sounds odd that a Yank would be nutty about British prototypes and paper planes , but that's my story and I'm sticking to it.
I have a lot of happy model building customers in the UK who are always asking if they can be of help, so do let me know and maybe I can connect you with willing accomplices!

Best,
Paul
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Glad you enjoyed it!

I have plans for a few different subjects next, but the first one is stalled due to my location in New Zealand. I really need someone to visit a few British archive locations :)
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What a great book...Got mine about 2 weeks ago and am on my second read-through....Now I've gone and ordered the AEW and P.1216 books.....This is great stuff.I find myself tempted to build a 1/32 or 1/24 desk model ...I first saw the P.1121 in an clip from Interavia many years ago..i used to snitch my Dad's copies and put clippings in my files for future model making use.

Here's hoping you have many more books in planning, this is my favorite kind of reading.

Many thanks,

Paul Fisher
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