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David Lengyel

1/48 - F-8E Crusader Limited Edition by Eduard - Spring 2016

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The lack of weapons is annoying considering this will probably cost £40 ish. Also annoying they can't throw the exhaust and intakes in with the kit. 

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I know the plastic is being paid top dollar for but it's just another niggle.

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MiG Killers again??

 

Really??

 

Zzzzzzzzzz........

 

Aside from the markings, i'm excited.

 

-d-

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19 hours ago, David H said:

MiG Killers again??

 

Really??

 

Zzzzzzzzzz........

 

Aside from the markings, i'm excited.

 

-d-

Have to agree so many good Crusader schemes out there not covered.

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1 hour ago, Julien said:

Have to agree so many good Crusader schemes out there not covered.

 

+1

 

Cheers,

Bill

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So many neat paint schemes, and they keep re-hashing all the cliches.

 

They can just put me out of my misery by slapping a Bumblebee on the side.

 

david

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Posted (edited)

Source: https://fr-fr.facebook.com/EduardCompany/posts/1644173362264271

 

Aucun texte alternatif disponible.

 

 

Decals by Cartograf - five marking options:
- BuNo. 150909 -VF-194 „Red Lightnings“, USS Ticonderoga - 1966;
- BuNo. 150326 - VF-191 „Satan´s Kittens“, USS Ticonderoga - 1967;
- BuNo. 149190 - VMF(AW)-235, „Death Angel´s“, Da Nang Air Base (Republic of Vietnam) - 1968;
- BuNo. 149159 - VF-162 „The Hunters“, USS Oriskany - September 1966;
- BuNo. 149150 - VF-211 „Fighting Checkmates“, NAS Miramar - August 1967.

 

 

V.P.

Edited by Homebee

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Now on the eduard website with instructions etc available to read through

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The seat is a MK F7 and the harness seems to be a mix between USN and French harness (there's a part for the shoulder harness on the photo-etched sheet). It's not the first time that Eduard's seats are wrong....they don't care even if they are warned before.

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