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GrzegorzM

A-7D Corsair II

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Hi guys.

I'm new on this forum, my name is Grzegorz and I'm from Poland.

At the beginning I'm going to share my last build the first one in 1/32 scale and first one on international forum. Trumpeter's kit wasn't a difficult kit. Just some small problems witch matching air duct.

Detailing parts used for kit:

Eduard etched exterior,

Aires for cockpit.

Wheel bays are self made.

A-7D from the 354th TFW BuNo 70-0970. Korat AFB Thailand. Pilot Mjr. C.A. Clarke.

I hope you like it, enjoy the pictures.

All comments are welcome.

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Superb build.

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I love these aircraft! I managed to get a cheap 1/48 Hasegawa from ebay-a proper bargain. Really tempted to start it, especially now, or my 1/32 E model....I know, I have too many on the go but there is something so great about these when they are bombed up! Absolutely fantastic model here Gzregorz!

Joel

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Welcome to our Forum Grzegorz !! - Excellent modelling !!

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Welcome Grzegorz.

That has to be one the finest models i've ever seen. Amazing!!!

One of my fave aircraft in it's best scheme. I'm not worthy. Love the stand too.

Dave

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that is indeed a great build, love the heat stained jet pipe

Bruce

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There must be something in the water in Poland, cos every build I've seen from Polish modellers are fantastic, and this one is no exception!!! :worthy:

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There must be something in the water in Poland,

Yes it is :) I hope Grzegorz is going to show here all of his models MiG-23 and Su-22M4 in the first row.

Edited by marek_1101

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:welcome: A cracking first post! the Corsair looks fantastic ! well done.

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Nice work, great finish. Compliments on your effective photography too!

Al

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Very nice! If you have any more models please show us!

Love the wheel wells too.

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Wow that's a lovely SLUFF

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