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About Kampartiger

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  1. Polikarpov Po-2 ICM 1/48.

    Normally Biplanes won't get my rotors turning (except for the Spad) but this Po-2 really caught my attention...wow....it is a smashing build!
  2. MiG-25 PD Kittyhawk 1/48

    Simply love this Russian hardware,just astonishingly beautiful piece of metal.
  3. MiG-25PDS 1/48 Kitty Hawk

    A very menacing looking brute..The Foxbat (i wonder just who in NATO decided upon the reporting name as it really fits the bill.He/She should be given the Hero of the Russian Federation Medal for making the Mikoyan Guverich's product a household name ).Anyway,coming back to Mr.Gasenkampf's Foxbat,he did tremendously well in putting the kit together despite the numerous negative drawbacks that came with it.At the end of the day,you put all the work in and eventually it paid off!
  4. Airfix Meatbox F.8

    A very successful venture into the fine arts of scale modelling I may say so and I am trully impressed with your Syrian Meteor.Excellent.
  5. New Tool Hasegawa Kawanishi H8K2 1:72

    Back in the early 1970s,I bought the Frog's Emily and went head over heels with it.It was the biggest airplane model i have in my possession ( other than an Aurora Starlifter ).The problem then was where to store it and if I buy one today,I guess the problem will be the same.Anyway,your two Emilys' are superb and just perfect to my eyes.(btw,my Emily is still languishing in the swamp behind my old house somewhere in North Borneo)
  6. This is one mosquito we don't see everyday.Smashing job on the old Airfix kit.I guess the RAF chose the Mossie for the job as the wood structures absorbed the recoils very well.
  7. Hasegawa F-16A 1/72

    Great to see a Venezuelan example and yes something different for once. Surprisingly,they are staying put with the Viet.War camo scheme while other countries (especially south east asian airforce) aren't.
  8. 1/48 Airfix De Havilland Sea Vixen FAW.2

    Trully a top-notch build,your talent in creating such an outstanding looking Sea Vixen deserves an ovation by fellow modellers!
  9. Airfix Phantom FG.1 ,767 NAS

    That's a great looking Phantom,should get one myself.Btw please correct yr front landing gear,the scissors link should be on the front side.
  10. TS-11R Iskra Novax ArmaHobby 1/48.

    Holy Madonna,that's simply stunning!
  11. F-15E, Academy, 1:72

    Wow,that's really a good looking mudhen.very meticulously done.
  12. Everything that comes out from your hanger awes me.That's a fantastic Indian Hurricane with an equally beautiful and perfect background.Great choice!Btw did the Indian Mk.1 Hurricanes ever get to use the familiar SEAC roundels
  13. 1/48 - FMA IA 58 Pucara by Kinetic - CAD drawing

    Terrific news,as for the Aermacchi MB339,the Kinetic Team can visit the Royal Malaysian Air Force museum in Kuala Lumpur (2 hours journey from Hong Kong?) for a thorough inspection of a wfu MB339 airframe.
  14. 1/48 Italeri Jaguar GR-1

    My hopes are that the Reggiane Re.2000 is a new mold, not ex-classic airframes while as for the Starfighter hopefully its the Hasegawa kit and not the ESCI.Shown is the RF-104G variant totting the Orpheus pod,but I doubt whether it will be included in box.
  15. Love the fine lines of the FR.47 Seafire and yours is no different.However I do believe you have both of the small undercarriage doors facing the wrong way.Despite that,it's still a great Seafire.