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  1. a small update to this older topic from 2016: Meanwhile made the 1/72 Trumpeter MiG-29 "9-12" kit, check out my modelling page at: https://designer.home.xs4all.nl/models/mig-29-72/mig-29-72-3.html
  2. meindert

    Aermacchi M 346

    a nice walk around of the real M-346 was made by my modelling friend Cees and can be seen at the IPMS.NL site here: https://www.ipms.nl/walkarounds/walkaround-jets/2486-walkaround-alenia-m346
  3. hi, I haven't seen 1/32 decals for this RNethAF demo F-16 scheme. Some ideas can found on my page that covers a 1/72 model in the scheme here... https://designer.home.xs4all.nl/models/f16/f16-2.htm .
  4. Information obtained from Romanian IPMS modeller Tudor confirmed indeed various suggestions so : the std. NATO F-16 colours, so FS6118 Dark Grey, FS36270 Medium Grey and FS36375 Light Gray. So... on to airbrushing the model :-))
  5. hi, the colours are not indicated on the Speedhunter decal set instructions linked. So any additional info on the Romanian colours still welcomed...
  6. Hi, I was wondering what the "grey" colours are for the Romanian F-16 AM/BM. They have a different camo grey scheme than usual. Modelmaker has a small decalset 72097 http://www.modelmaker.com.pl/D72097-F-16AM-BM-in-Romanian-service/1278/ .... but I can not see what these grey Fed.Std colours are... Info / suggestions? Meindert
  7. Hi, I have made over 2 dozens of 1/72 F-16 kits of various brands, Blocks and air forces. Also the older kits and Red/White/blue ones... https://designer.home.xs4all.nl/models/f16/f16-proto.htm You may find a lot of info about the many F-16's at modelling pages here: https://designer.home.xs4all.nl/models/f16/f16-1.htm A lot of F-16 schemes and variations are possible. Still more models to follow... Enjoy modelling! Meindert
  8. hi thank you all for the info and suggestions. Plenty of info to proceed further. Especially Luigi for the detail about the kit 00125 that thus indeed has the large intake and the link showing the parts. As the Hasegawa kit 00125 is long sold out I will have to cross-kit. I still have a standard Hasegawa F-16D D15 (for a Block 25/30) on the stack and have a spare large intake and a pile of stores and pods. Meindert
  9. I don't recall much nose weight needed, but just put a little weight just in case. More ideas regarding the 1/72 Revell MiG-21 F13 kit assembly can be seen here: https://designer.home.xs4all.nl/models/mig21-72-2/mig21-2.htm have fun while modelling! Meindert
  10. a whole bunch of Alphajets in 1/72 can be seen build here: https://designer.home.xs4all.nl/models/alphajet/alphajet-1.html Sometimes things went a bit wrong while making one of these 1/72 kits, but both Airfix and Heller can be made into nice small models :-)) Meindert
  11. for the 1/32 Revell Eurofighter Typhoon kit, check out my modelling report at the pages here: https://designer.home.xs4all.nl/models/eurofighter/eurofighter-1.htm I made several corrections on the 1/32 Revell Typhoon that are all explained on those pages. have fun! Meindert
  12. though I made an 1/72 Super Etendard kit, some ideas can be found in my modelling report page here: https://designer.home.xs4all.nl/models/gripen/gripen-2.htm#thail-gripen
  13. meindert

    SAAF gripen 1/72

    hi I suggest the Revell kit, please see my modelling report for a 1/72 Thai Gripen here at: https://designer.home.xs4all.nl/models/gripen/gripen-2.htm#thail-gripen In fact, many modern "World Aircraft" can be checked out at my page here: https://designer.home.xs4all.nl/world/Military-Aircraft-of-the-World.htm Have fun! Meindert
  14. Hi I want to build a F-16D Block 50 two seater in 1/72 scale. It should have the larger "big mouth" intake (approx. 20 mm width in 1/72) and have an GE F110 engine exhaust along with the standard "thick base" F-16C/D tail in USAF style. Probable the only 1/72 kit is the old Hasegawa F-16D kit no. 00125 released in 2005... I did not find any reviews of this kit on the net. Can anyone who has the kit at home please check if this Hasegawa kit has indeed the larger intake for a Block 50? Or is an alternative the crude 1/72 Hobbyboss F-16D "Thunderbird kit" , a Block 30? But does it have a large intake? Thanks, Meindert
  15. Hi

    I see a photo of the J-7 at


    I strongly recommend you to remove it the pgoto.

    It is a Getty copyrighted photo and I have friends who go a big fine and had to remove the photo as Getty does not accept any re-use of their copyrighted material. 

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