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DAG058

Airfix 1/72 Jet Provost T.3A

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Airfix 1/72 Jet Provost T3A of No.1 Flying School RAF Linton-On-Ouse 1984

 

This is my recent entry in the Made in GB GB II. I fancied a quick and easy build after completing a few longer builds. The kit went together well and has enough detail OOB for 1/72. 

 

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Thanks for looking and please leave any comments or questions you have! 

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Great looking model. I really like the finish you've achieved.

 

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Great looking model, great finish and very nicely posed.

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4 hours ago, Bangor Lad said:

Great looking model. I really like the finish you've achieved.

 

4 hours ago, cngaero said:

Great looking model, great finish and very nicely posed.

Thank you both! 

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Great smooth finish.

Very nice way to display model

Regards Djordje

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A beautiful finish.

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Lovely clean build 👍🏿

 

Makes me want one!

 

Another kit to add to the stash...

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Simply FANTASTIC :clap2::clap2::clap2::clap2::clap2: That's a 5 star clap :thumbsup:

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Very nice, good finish and well presented.

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Beautiful Provost, very neat work and it looks great mounted on the stand.

 

gazza l

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That is one fine model of a Jet Provost, Sir. The finish and presentation are superb as befits a great training aircraft. I must admit a bit of bias as I was based at 1 FTS, RAF Linton on Ouse 1965 -70. I'm in the process of building my second one - best viewed from 6 feet (1.98 metres) and if I can do justice to that airyplane like your good self I will be delighted. Keep up the lovely work.

albamac (frustrated Norseman)

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Awesome work!

You casually refer to it as a quick and easy build....

And yet, it is a masterpiece!

:goodjob:

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Thats a nice looking build. You say quick and easy looks fantastic, i had fit problems with my kit!!

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