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Old 15-02-2010, 10:25 PM   #141
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The triangular pc that looks like an intake scoop from a hot rod. It appears on the right side below the cockpit on the other two miniatures. Its silver. Sorry for the confusion.
Ah, right, part 203 from the Airfix Superfortress then...

As far as I can tell the water launch Sky 1 is a different model from the one used on the small Skydiver, made specifically for that sequence, and you're right, it's the only one with that B-29 part on the left hand side..... curious....

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Old 15-02-2010, 10:43 PM   #142
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Ha! We've seen how you're tackling the Imai kit... we KNOW you're crazy!
I guess I'm in good company then.
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Old 15-02-2010, 10:51 PM   #143
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Ah, right, part 203 from the Airfix Superfortress then...

As far as I can tell the water launch Sky 1 is a different model from the one used on the small Skydiver, made specifically for that sequence, and you're right, it's the only one with that B-29 part on the left hand side..... curious....

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Wait... So now theres a possibility of four SKY 1 's? Now my interest has really peaked! If I could just find a couple spare hours to fast forward thru the dvd's.
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