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  1. Taken on the light from the depths of this forum, but I'm glad you still like it! Nicofigueira: THIS ONE Cheers Libor
  2. Thanks everyone for comments again, appreciated! Cheers Libor
  3. Thanks chaps, glad you like them! Ridge runner: yes, these are different propellers, the B-36 got the broader type. Cheers Libor
  4. Hello gentleman, we have the Valiant Wings part 2 book dedicated to Mosquito fighter versions coming soon, so here is my 1/72 scale build selection done for it: 1. Tamiya Mk VI converted to post war Czechoslovak B-36 2. Hasegawa NF Mk II built as 'Night Intruder' flown by the Czechoslovak WWII top scoring ace Karel Kuttelwascher 3. Hasegawa FB Mk XVIII 'Tse-Tse' Cheers Libor
  5. Hello Roman, really nice job on this handsome plane and congrats on finishing the kit, I suggest it could not be the easiest build! Cheers Libor
  6. Hey Gabor, what does "Pan Sulc" mean please? .-) Thanks Libor
  7. This is the ex- Vista tooling indeed with set of resin wheels and some etched bits. The differences between MkI and II as the larger radiator hausing for instance and others, are obviously not addressed.
  8. This KP kit is the ex- Vista kit. Cheers Libor
  9. Thanks everyone for comments, glad you like them! Winenut: good luck with yours, pretty cool scheme too:-) cheers Libor
  10. Thanks gents for kind comments! Jean: yes, I can confirm that. I only replaced the RP's as they looked a bit crude. Troy: thanks pointing this out, I'm aware about that. I simply followed the DP Casper instructions without too much stress. Cheers Libor
  11. Dear fellow modellers, this is batch of my latest additions built for the upcoming title "Suez Crisis, Empire's End" in the Valiant Wings Extra series. While the Xtrakit Meteor F Mk.8 and Hobbyboss FGA.6 were easy affairs built mostly OOB, the "Cub Special" was pretty involving conversion project using KP J-3/L-18C kits to get something near to PA-11-90 model. More details follow in the book which is due April 2017. Cheers Libor
  12. Hi Bill, thanks! :-) The SH Stuka is pretty good, some extra work was needed on details and surface, but nothing exceptional. Cheers Libor
  13. Brengun 1/72 A-36 Apache.
  14. Thanks mates! Cheers, Libor
  15. No, they will switch now to a complete different airframe, to be announced at Nürnberg fairs...