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Phone Phixer

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Phone Phixer last won the day on July 18 2016

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  1. Fantastic build, brilliant setting. You picked the best squadron for the markings!!!!! High viz vest in the 70's
  2. Fantastic work, very unusual finish. That Tornado on the shelf above it looks amazing too.
  3. Looking nice and grubby. Spot on. It was often said, if a Phantom stopped leaking, it was empty. The windscreen wasn't tinted really, it's just light refraction through laminated glass. Usually looks more green than blue.
  4. Yes they do. They also have linkages to the pylon mounts, so the pylons remain pointing forward while the wings sweep back and forwards.
  5. Mine went together pretty easy. I just had to make sure all the parts were clean of flash or any areas that would catch. You only need the inner pylon pivots to work, as there are no outboard pylons.
  6. Just simply amazing. That is taking things to another level.
  7. Lovely work. It's a Tomcat............gets my vote anytime.
  8. Hi everyone. My latest work, finished it at the end of last year, it's taken a while to do the photo's. It's built as one of the options out of the box. I added Neomega seats, Brassin wheels and AIM 9L Sidewinders. I just had the usual fight to get the intakes to align, same as everyone reports for this kit. Painted with a mixture of Tamiya and Xtracrylix paints. All comments welcome. Rob.
  9. Wow....stunning build.
  10. Nice work. The greys look fantastic. I found the MSG I used on my radome, lightened up when sprayed over with Tamiya XF86 flat clear to finish it all off.
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