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jsolo

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  1. Jeffrey, Hurry up with your SR-71 kit. It would be bad if another company beats you with that one too. I am sure yours will be better though. jsolo
  2. I’m sure that was not the response I was expecting from you, but whatever. jsolo
  3. Hi Kotey, Will the instructions be in color, or the usual black and white? Thank you. jsolo
  4. So, from all the markings KH provides on the two seater Fitter, which are correct for what is provided in plastic? Thanks in advance. Juan
  5. It is explained by Red Star, the 1/48 version only requires a small portion of the nose, not the whole nose. I believe the replacement nose starts on the panel line shown on the Facebook page to the tip. Juan
  6. I believe that is a Mig-31 which is already out. Isn't it? Juan
  7. Not that I don’t like the Yak-130, but I would like a war to do a J-20 or new SR-71 in 1/48. jsolo
  8. The M is the one I have been waiting for. I hope it is accurate. Juan
  9. You should see the new Hobby Boss 1/48 J-11B, same or better quality detail than Tamiya. I have big hopes that AMK will release a better Tomcat. Juan
  10. I got my kit last Friday. Very nice kit and very fine panel lines, very similar to Eduard Migs. My only complaint, why two-part horizontal stabilizers, tail vertical fins, missiles, and even the two small fins under de engines? I'm sure they could have done it in one piece. Apart from that, it's a superior kit compared to the Academy Su-27. Juan
  11. My guess is: What many people have been waiting for, a 1/48 Su-17/22 'Fitter' family. Juan
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