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Hook

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  1. Here she is the gun blanking panel is quite visible: http://www.916-starfighter.de/Large/bb386.htm The F-104F should also have F-104A/C-style wheels. The cockpit differs as well from the TF-104G, enough to be noticable in 1/32nd. Cheers, Andre
  2. Oooh, tasty. I have already asked my LHS when they'll have this in stock! Cheers, Andre
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    Su-33 Flanker

    Nice progress! I have one in the stash, but have just returned to airbrushing after not using one for more than a decade. I'll practice some more on older kits first before tackling the Sea Flanker. Cheers, Andre
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    Best 1:72 Kits ? MiG 21MF and An-2 Colt

    That's the lovely new tool Eduard kit. Best MF on the market. Cheers, Andre
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    Best 1:72 Kits ? MiG 21MF and An-2 Colt

    Yes: https://www.scalemates.com/products/product.php?id=140018&p=timeline Cheers, Andre
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    Best ju87

    Special Hobby does a pretty nifty Ju 87A Anton in a few different boxings (Luftwaffe, Condor Legion and export): https://www.britmodeller.com/forums/index.php?/topic/234923469-special-hobby-ju-87a-172/ https://modelingmadness.com/scott/axis/previews/splhobby/72136.htm The Airfix is excellent all around, and certainly easier to get than the Fujimi versions. The Italeri kit (also reboxed by RoG) is no slouch, but a bit softer in detail all around (especially the cockpit and canopy sufffer when compared to Airfix's). Acadamy do both the G-1 and G-2: https://www.cybermodeler.com/hobby/kits/aca/kit_aca_1641.shtml http://www.ipmsusa.org/reviews/Archive/Kits/Aircraft/Academy_72_JU-87G-2/Academy_72_JU-87G-2.htm In their early days they did a rather ghastly B-2 as well that's better avoided like the plague: https://www.scalemates.com/kits/107472-academy-72001-ju-87b-2-stuka One thing to look out for in Academy's Ju-87 G-1/2 kits is that the left wing has a gap in the wing root fairing above the left MLG strut, just inboard of the gun fairing, while the corresponding right side fairing is uninterrupted, as it was on the real thing. This should be filled. Possibly Academy went by a preserved example with an access cover missing. Cheers, Andre
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    The Su-57 are arriving

    The ability to supercruise is also one, and a very underestimated one at that. Cheers, Andre
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    1/72 Cold War Soviet Mud-Mover

    The Trumpeter Su-24M has different racks - MBD3-U6-68's instead of MBD3-U2T-1's. And I though US designations were confusing.! Cheers, Andre
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    Cold War US Navy/Marine Corps jets. What Am I missing?

    It's the so-so Italeri kit: https://www.britmodeller.com/forums/index.php?/topic/234992571-bell-boeing-mv-22-osprey-172-revell/ Cheers, Andre
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    Tornado GR1

    Nice classic Cold War Tornado! Cheers, Andre
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    1/72 YUMO SUPER GALEB

    I have only ever seen one in the fles.. er, styrene. Needless to say, I picked it right up. However, Scalemates shows a few for trade: https://www.scalemates.com/kits/147677-yumo-a-001-g-4-super-galeb Cheers, Andre
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    Twin Phantom

    Lovely work so far! Cheers, Andre
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    Marketing 'headology' is there a way to defeat it?

    Everybody knows all you'll ever need is a vintage Fender Telecaster. *doning asbestos suit and dives under desk* 8) Cheers, Andre
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    Eduard MiG-21MF in 72nd scale

    Pulling up a chair and cracking open a cold one! Cheers, Andre
  15. Cracking little Emil! Cheers, Andre
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