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Posted By: Karl Schnelle
Posted On: Saturday February 15, 2020 at 4:16 PM
What a nice offer!

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An unusual 1:43 kit just arrived, a Somerville Standard Flying 12 (pics) by David Holcombe #27309
Looks like an interesting build. What's the color? (EOM) by Ken Spear #27309.1
If this were mine, I would create a grilll section using by John Quilter #27309.2
David and John.That is a very good advice. Another method maybe by Jacques Roest #27309.2.1
I suggest recreating both sides of the grille so they match. (EOM) by David Crowe #27309.2.1.1
I've tried using wire in scratchbuilding but was never able to get the pieces straight--frustrating! (EOM) by Mark Lampariello #27309.2.2
Example of a grill done with wire, 1941 Mercury conversion by John Quilter #27309.2.2.1
If anyone else happens to have the by Rich Pendleton #27309.3
What a nice offer! (EOM) by Karl Schnelle #27309.3.1
Somerville spare parts by John Kuliak #27309.4
Thanks John Kuliak for the address of Promod. Never heard of them by Jacques Roest #27309.4.1
Some of the Promod-produced Somervilles have been simplified.. by John Roberts #27309.4.1.1
Many thanks, John. I just sent them an e-mail, and I will report here if by David Holcombe #27309.4.2
Hope it works out, David! (EOM) by John Kuliak #27309.4.2.1
Most of the Somerville kits on Ebay are Promod-produced.... by John Roberts #27309.5
Contact Promod models here in the UK. by Mike Coupe #27309.6

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