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Fantasy PSS Rivington Hawk Build Off Anyone?

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IDD1522/09/2016 10:31:34
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Having followed the builds done for the Scooter and the reports of what a great day on the Orme it was I've decided to get my modelling mojo back and have another crack at PSS.

I really liked the idea of the Skyhawk in the "what if "schemes, the FAA paint job in particular. But what to build? Then I realised why not take the "what if" a step further and have an airframe that never existed.

Now its obvious from the build threads that there is a considerable investment in time, money and midnight oil on behalf of the builders. So having completed one project people might not be too keen on anything so major for a while.

So the idea is why not have an informal build off around the Rivington Hawk based around colour schemes that may have been? I'm going to do it any way and I wondered if any one else wanted to join in.

Either way I am determined to see you on the Orme in 2017!

Cheers

Ian

Matt Jones22/09/2016 12:09:41
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Ian, my suggestion would be to build from an established plan like the Andy Conway Hawk or the mass builds that have plan packs available, the Jet Provost or the Skyhawk. All are proven flyers, look scale unlike the Rivington one and there are loads of available schemes available for all of them thumbs up

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