Going through a fascination with PRU Spits at the moment myself. If the Hataka would behave itself then I'd recommend it highly Jason as I think it's a convincing shade if you can be convinced by verbal descriptions of a colour rather than by a physical specimen , however it's a 3 Stars out of 5 for me at this point.
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Great work Chris,very different to the usual Spitfire scheme's. Smashing job and great finish! Nicely done indeed!
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Whatever happened to that rather odd comic on there called Ray Martine?
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He never could tell a joke to save his life but seemed popular as a charachter Yes many present day stars do not seem to understand the words "subtle" or "joke", and seem to build their acts talking about contraceptives for an hour, just imagine, every chemist at Boots could be a comic according to that! I know many comics who should be chemists too. I can't believe when you hear someone go on about "smut" in carry-on films-then when they tell you what they watch, it's something a plain old dirty and b totally un funny!
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