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Im looking to find a cheap used Matchbox Stingray for my 3 year old nephew who (thanks to his uncle) is a massive Stingray fan.
Im looking for the large 1993 plastic version that a figure could be placed in.
Does not have to be boxed it is intended to be played with.
by request heres some HD screengrabs of the recovery vehicles from Pit of peril, one thing to note is the continuity errors, 1&2 swop sides a few times.
if anymore angles are needed ill do them, but theyre sometimes obscured by smoke.
are there any photographs of these?
do any of you guys know anything about this company?
or Pennicott payne and Lille ltd?
I always wanted to know a bit more about them, theyre credited at the end of The Thomas the tank engine programmes.
I read that it was formed by ex Gerry Anderson employees, David Mitton, Ken Turner and...
here are my projects Im working on at the moment, most need bits tracking down to complete them, working to no deadline at the moment so progress is slow.
Aircraft. got most bits, mainly decals to track down.
Rescue boat wants hydrofoils and handrails finishing, not too happy with shade of...
Im not sure it can be classed as sci fi, more comedy,but what a funny film :)
it was one of my favourite films as a kid, my auntie used to look after my sister and me quite a lot and it was only one of a few decent films she had on video so we used to watch it a lot.
wasnt a fan of...
before I lost my last pc I had it saved what kit the red and white airliner in the background was, its built standard with the kit decals but cant remember what kit it is, does anyone know?
some HD screengrabs of the hoods submarine
what it is constructed of Im not sure, it may be scratchbuilt from wood, or it may be from toy boats, or even a car kit or toy, I thought some of it looked a bit like the underneath of the AMT silhouette car but its not that, the rear part resembles...
was just looking at this to see if the top windows may be a model railway building from faller, kibri vollmer etc. Im not sure,
but I think part of the tower could be from the airfix windmill, white piece underneath the windows upside down..
here is the satellite featured in Thunderbirds episode The Imposters.
looks like its a decent sized model due to the bits stuck on, looks like its made from household kitchen items.
kit parts are Airfix footbridge steps, girder bridge and Ripmax handrails and bits.
this shot appears first...
here are some HD screengrabs of the SPI satellite from Cry wolf
screengrab from behind the scenes documentary
It was later modified into the KLA satellite in Ricochet, although there where several different scales of the KLA, ive just included this one.
the main basis was the large...
Here is captain Jordans sub from the Stingray episode The man from the navy. later in Thunderbirds episode The Man from Mi5.
On Marc J Frattisso's site he mentions that he thinks it could be based on a miget toy racing car, Im not so sure, I think it could be based on a toy, but of what Ive no...
some HD screengrabs of the Mike Trim designed carrier craft from the Thunderbirds episode The duchess assignment.
Lindberg 1/48 F-104 starfighter based jet.
note when its above the rolling road, the jetex falls out from beneath and shoots down the road..
This movie is what got me back interested in Thunderbirds when it came out, on the DVD there is some really great behind the scenes stuff.
when I watched all the behind the scenes stuff they did, I wanted to see how Thunderbirds was done too.
some good stuff on here, how they worked with the...
this really nice behind the scenes photo got me searching for the boats in it, I knew theyd be kits or toys, the one on the left with shark fish written on it has a distintive shape so I got searching, I was sure id seen it before..
after a while I found one, and have just won it on ebay...