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  1. Lucky13

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    I thought that this might come in handy...UK Serials Resource Centre

    They even got the allotted serials for the F-111K and the TSR.2!
     
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    XV913 GD F-111 K Ex 68-0186, canx
     
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    Always fancied doing a 1/48th scale F-111K as it might have looked if still in service in, say the late 1980's or early '90's, in 'wrap-around' camouflage.
     
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    There you go then old chap, pick a serial and start building! ;) :lol:
     
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    I've been tempted a few times, and very nearly bought a kit just last week. But I have enough kits to keep me going for around ten years - if I last that long !
    And if I do, and get them all built, the next problem is where the heck to put the finished models - something we don't seem to take into account when wearing the 'Kit Goggles' and buying those attractive boxes full of plastic bits !
     
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