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Mig88

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  1. Regardless of all your troubles and struggles, it has come out very nicely indeed! You did well in persevering and it has paid off ! Miguel
  2. Thank you all very much for your comments. Thanks and no problem. I was also confused. Syria was with Egypt in the United Arab Republic from 1958 to 1961 and the markings were different. I believe this roundel corresponds to Syria being in the Federation of Arab Republics with Egypt and Libya in the 1970s. Miguel
  3. Here are a pair of desert scheme Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-17PF "Fresco Ds" I built back in 2014. Both are from the Attack 1:144 kit moulds, the Syrian one from the original boxing whereas the Egyptian one was from the Mark I re-boxing. The Mark I kit came with a resin cockpit so I used it as a guide to scratchbuild one for the Attack kit using a Matador Models white metal MiG-21PF seat. Both kits had the radio mast and wing probes added from stretched sprue. The missing sway braces for the drop tanks were also added from thin plastic sheet. They were fully painted and varnished by brush.
  4. Smashing job and finish! I've got the 1:144 Eduard kit with this scheme to build and, if I recall correctly, it comes with both snake options (red and sand). Just hope it comes out as nicely as yours when I get round to it. Miguel
  5. Wow! That's a beautiful job all around. Well done! Miguel
  6. Wow! Great conversion very nicely executed! Miguel
  7. Thank you very much to all for your kind words. Miguel
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