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Aeroscale Model of the Year 2014

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Model of the Year
Once more the year passes, and our contest reaches its pinnacle. Now is the time to look back over the months at the winners of the previous 11 contests and decide which amongst them is the best of the best.

Since we can't be expected to remember them all perfectly, here for your enjoyment are this year's previous winners.
the practicalities
We await the decision of November's Model of the Month. While we wait, take the opportunity to look over the previous winners from January to October. The decision won't be easy, so sharpen up those darts, polish your coins and shake out the random number generators. Or maybe look carefully and pick your favourite.
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About the Author

About Is a secret (Jessie_C)
FROM: BRITISH COLUMBIA, CANADA


Comments

Always good to see these once again. Some very fine work.
DEC 01, 2014 - 08:07 PM
Hi Jessie Some amazing builds in there! I know there has to be one winner, but superb work from all the entrants! All the best Rowan
DEC 02, 2014 - 01:54 AM
I'm happy to be here! I'm a new member and I need a piece of advice. I love modelling but I'm not so good in aircraft...: ( I want to purchase a plane model, does anybody know good sites?
DEC 26, 2014 - 03:29 AM
Since you're in Texas, the Squadron Shop is local to you. Many of our members say really good things about Sprue Brothers. There's also Roll Models, Elm CityHobbies and West Coast Hobbys. Internationally, Lucky Model, 1999.co.jp and Hobby Link Japan are favourites for Chinese and Japanese kits, respectively. Most of us have ordered from them these and many other places. If you have a question about a particular retailer, just ask and someone will answer.
DEC 26, 2014 - 03:54 AM
Since you're in Texas, the Squadron Shop is local to you. Many of our members say really good things about Sprue Brothers. There's also Roll Models, Elm CityHobbies and West Coast Hobbys. Internationally, Lucky Model, 1999.co.jp and Hobby Link Japan are favourites for Chinese and Japanese kits, respectively. Most of us have ordered from them these and many other places. If you have a question about a particular retailer, just ask and someone will answer. [/quote] Ohh, thank you, I'll check it.
DEC 26, 2014 - 03:33 PM