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Antoine

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  1. Tiger Model - 1/35 - VBL Milan

    Splendid, really! One (or two) small things, if you don't mind. There should be only one antenna, as there's only one PR4G radio in the vehicle. also, the antenna should really be vertical, as they're really rigid. Only the base could bend a little while the vehicle moves. Again, well done!
  2. What have you purchased / been gifted

    Fresh from yesterday's mail.
  3. Thanks Julien. I've just seen Zéphyr N°28 land at LFLO, but he didn't stay long enough for me to walkaround. I'm sure I'll be able to at the airshow in september.
  4. 1/48 Rafale M

    Indeed. SCALP range put it way outside the guidance capacity of the pod. And anyway, it's a fire & forget weapon.
  5. Junkers D.1 1:32 Wingnut Wings. #32065

    On the same line, there's also the FW 190D option, related to the Sachsenberg family, with Gotthard's son Heinz flying it toward the end of ww2 as leader of the famous Papagei Staffel, or Sachsenberg schwarm.
  6. Israeli Super Mystere B2?

    About some references, the only book I know appart Wez's bible, belong to Amos Dor IAF Aircraft serie. But... no drawings there, only colour profiles. You can also get more colour profiles from SAM Colour & Markings about IAF. But... those profiles doesn't show the same lenght for the extended nozzle! Whatever, you should easily sort it out by yourself, working with pics available you'll get quickly the correct lengh and shape.
  7. Israeli Super Mystere B2?

    Hi Tobias, to my knowledge, there's no conversion available. I once planned to do the same in 1/72 starting from an 1/48 Phantom drop tank.
  8. Junkers D.1 1:32 Wingnut Wings. #32065

    It seems that Wingnut scewed up big time. Look like they completely missed the shape, not to speak of the dimensions...
  9. What Scale and Why?

    Well said!
  10. What have you purchased / been gifted

    Out of curiosity. I've heard only praises for RFM, and I just wanted to test the water by myself. https://i62.servimg.com/u/f62/11/16/10/09/tigegr_11.jpg
  11. HobbyBoss 1:48 Mirage III

    Welcome back, Ian!
  12. What have you purchased / been gifted

    I'm sure you did it right, but do not hesitate to ask if you feel help is needed. By the way, you should have asked for their French F-100 book, too. Released much early, about the same size, and I believe half the price.
  13. The book is indeed expensive, but you've to realize that it is most probably the definitive work on the SMB2, and as such it's worth the price. So if you're a real fan of the aircraft, just get it, but if you're just looking for some quick references because your next build happen to be an SMB2, just move away.
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