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Ryan Hothersall

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  1. Built as the aircraft operated by the USAF in the 1967 Have Doughnut program. A simple kit, no issues with building it. Overall Tamiya XF-16 Aluminium. Used Begemot Decals sheet No 72-018. Build Progress Photos Build Progress Video Untitled by Ryan Hothersall, on Flickr Untitled by Ryan Hothersall, on Flickr Untitled by Ryan Hothersall, on Flickr Untitled by Ryan Hothersall, on Flickr Untitled by Ryan Hothersall, on Flickr
  2. Yes I think the MiG-17F is what the Nigerians had at the time. I have a couple of African Air Forces decal sheets for MiG-17s, so I will be stocking up when it comes out.
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    Mig-29AS, Italeri 1/72

    Nice build.
  4. An interesting build. I remember that ad on the Gruen Transfer tv show many years ago. However, you’ll need to feed the pilots baked beans to help get an A-6 off the deck of HMAS Melbourne.
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    Tu-4

    Very nice build.
  6. This is great news. The MiG-17F was widely used, but the rarest variant kit wise. Great to see Airfix doing their bit to fix that problem. And maybe in the years to come they will release parts to make the Lim-6 modification with extra wing pylons and brake chute operated by Poland, East Germany etc. So I can now build this Polish MiG-17F I saw in New Zealand.
  7. This is great news. The MiG-17F was widely used, but the rarest variant kit wise. Great to see Airfix doing their bit to fix that problem. And maybe in the years to come they will release parts to make the Lim-6 modification with extra wing pylons and brake chute operated by Poland, East Germany etc. So I can now build this Polish MiG-17F I saw in New Zealand.
  8. Ryan Hothersall

    Eduard 2019-2020-2021 - pre-programme

    Looking forward to the MiG-21PF/-PFM.
  9. Ryan Hothersall

    Su-27UB 1/72 Ukrainian DigiCamo

    Nice build.
  10. Ryan Hothersall

    1/72nd Nanchang Q-5 from Trumpeter

    North Korean markings and the camo scheme look interesting.
  11. That’s good as that version of the MiG-17 was the most widely used, but as kits go, the least popular. Only kit of it is the 1:72 is the AZ one and the original Dragon release. Now Zvezda have the moulds, it should now be easier to get a few more.
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    MiG-21MF 1/72 Eduard

    Very nice build. I like it.
  13. Ryan Hothersall

    Mig-29UB - Heller 1/72

    Nice build.
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