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Member postings for Dwain Dibley.

Here is a list of all the postings Dwain Dibley. has made in our forums. Click on a thread name to jump to the thread.

Thread: Corona Lock-Down Microaces Combat
28/03/2020 20:51:39

Brilliant Mate, just like when I was a kid with my Airfix models ................I just built The Tri-plane over the last few days as well,  1:28 scale.


Had a good laugh as well cliff, Cheered me right up, Thanks Man. thumbs upsmile d


Edited By Dwain Dibley. on 28/03/2020 20:53:24

Edited By Dwain Dibley. on 28/03/2020 21:08:59

Thread: The Gov't, CAA, BMFA & UAV legislation thread
16/11/2019 15:27:14

Believe it Matey.......!! I have already sold some models, I have not renewed my club fees, and am looking at doing something else. I love cycling, I do it every day, so will spend the money on bikes, or an old motorbike...

The flying part of the hobby has always been the lesser interest for me, apart from the Helis, so I am not that bothered about it.

If I want to build a model I will, but that will be it.

I will still follow this forum, cos it is great and full of good people. heart

Anyone fancy a nice unflown Cessna 120 ??????


Thread: Chris McG F-86 Sabre Dog build blog
27/10/2019 13:37:17

Hi Mc G,

I will be following this as your builds are always worth a watch. winksmiley


Thread: A Terrifying story
02/10/2019 19:00:17

A Lamp Pastie should see you through the week OK.... cheeky


Thread: DB Auster J1.
10/08/2019 12:37:46

Pics for you David.


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09/08/2019 14:23:07

Only just seen this. PM sent David. yes


Thread: Warbird Replicas Bf 110 club.
14/07/2019 12:42:00

Mines for sale if anyone is interested out there..........................





Thread: Cyclists Amongst Us
11/07/2019 18:50:40

I wouldn't mind if you passed me Tim.............................Everybody passes fact a kid pulling a wheelie went past me the other day.sad laugh


11/07/2019 12:44:48

I ride to work most days, distance depends on the weather......Work is always in the same place.... LOL.

Winter commuter is a Trek Crossrip 3 all rounder, Summer commuter and longer rides is a Giant Defy 1, and a Cannondale 29er for hols and fun.


Thread: Good news thread.
10/07/2019 16:56:07
Posted by Don Fry on 10/07/2019 13:33:24:

I'm just back from a lovely lunch. Went on an electric bike, ( beloved's cast off, very nice bike, but I do envy her new bike, carbon frame, 12 kg all up). Wall to wall sunshine, superb food, good Bordeaux to drink, very shapely and pleasant waiter. And beloved allowed me to look. And on the way back let the leccy take the strain.

I am very lucky

Thou art surely blessed. I am on my Humble Giant Defy today. Weather is great, shorts not longs. LOL


Thread: Car indicators
05/07/2019 00:08:50

Exactly JD8, the good old days when indicators were in the right place, like on one of my 100E's.

Islands are the worst tho, especially when I'm on my push bike, having to guess when to go, only to find the car in the outside lane is going all the way round.



Thread: What effect does a large cowl have on the efficiency of propeller?
02/07/2019 12:02:08

Interesting much so, I have just measured all of my radially cowled models and their props. All three were pretty much 2:1. That is to say the prop was twice as wide as the cowl. The biggest, a 50 cc Gilmore has a 22 X 10 prop and the cowl is 12" across.

This would seem to confirm what JD8 has said above.


Thread: Frog Jackdaw resurrection.
30/06/2019 21:51:48

Well done Colin, Good to see all the hard work paid off. wink


Thread: One Man Swap Meet.
30/06/2019 21:35:51

She looks right at home there Matey.

Glad I could help, it's amazing what you can do with what an Anorak like me keeps in his workshop. LOL


Thread: Late in the day
30/06/2019 18:00:03

Very Tidy indeed Richard.


Thread: One Man Swap Meet.
30/06/2019 17:53:17

Double Diamond has found a new home. smiley


29/06/2019 15:47:48

Double Diamond Video



Thread: Building Brian Taylors Cessna 120
29/06/2019 14:33:35

Cool on both counts Guys.


Thread: One Man Swap Meet.
28/06/2019 14:43:23


27/06/2019 21:47:38

Stourbridge in the West midlands Mate.


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