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ringo

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  1. What a beast! Love this model big time! Very nice build and weathering! Very professional pictures! Top all the way!
  2. Thanks guys for your comment and specially to Mark who - with his post - makes this thread more personal... These guys are real heros and i think we can't imagine how it really must have been to be a fighter pilot in the second world war... These posts are one of the reasons i love building models so much, while i am making my models these guys keep "flying" in my head .... Love this forum!
  3. That is one very beautifull Rafale! Well done for your first jet! Looking forward to see the next one! Keep up the good spirit!
  4. Very nice Mig, perfect build! Congratz!
  5. That is one hell of a 190 for being unbuildable! I love it, cracking build
  6. This is my latest project, the magnificent Mustang “old crow”... I enjoyed this build from start till end, was a pleasure making it! Kit was a Hasegawa 1/48... This P-51 was flown by Major Bud Anderson, a triple ace, he was the highest scoring ace in the P-51 squadrons. He flew with the 363FS, 357FG based at RAF Leiston Thanks for looking! ringo
  7. That is really a superb 109, never saw one in this version, want to do some research now
  8. Waauw, to beautifull Vipers next to each other! Congratz!
  9. Very nice to see a Flanker in other colours than the “normal” blue camo! ... Very beautifull model, congratz!
  10. If i was a WW2 pilot and had to fly with that plane at the end of the war i would have known the war was comming to an end... A plane armed with panzerfausts, who could think of something like that ... But despite that, i nice made model of a plane you don’t come across often! Thanks!
  11. Thanks for the clarification Tbolt, didn't know that, something learned today
  12. Nice jug! You don't see them often in the RAF colours but are you sure about the fuel thanks, in my opinion they have to make a quarter turn to be correct...
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