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Mig88 last won the day on December 9 2018

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  1. Here are a couple of Sweet 1:144 Mitsubishi A6M2b Type 21 Zeroes which I built back in 2011 in unusual schemes. Both were built OOB and painted by brush with only the matt varnish being airbrushed. The first one is 2-1-128 of Junyou Kokutai (Fighter Group), Imperial Japanese Navy, in 1943. The second one is 81-181 of 381st Kokutai, 311st Hikotai, Imperial Japanese Navy, in 1944. Thanks for looking and, as always, comments are welcome. Miguel
  2. Lovely job on the old kit. Well done!! Miguel
  3. A very nice job on the old kit. Well done! Miguel
  4. Lovely!! Very nicely done indeed. Miguel
  5. Beautifully finished!! It really looks great, well done. Miguel
  6. That's really spectacular!! Well done! Miguel
  7. Thank you very much @Meatbox8, @Selwyn, @Sky Keg, @Wulfman, @F-4Guy, @binbrook87, @stevehnz and @RidgeRunner. I just checked my notes and indeed the fit of main components (fuselage halves, nose piece, gun panels, wings, canopy) was overall bad needing filling, sanding and/or scraping. I still have another in my stash for the FAP (Portuguese Air Force) though I won't be doing the Tiger Meet scheme when I get round to it. What I would like to have is a G91T two-seater but so far there is none available in 1:72 or 1:144. I would also make it in FAP colours. Finally, I've reserved the old Airfix kit in my stash for an Italian version. Miguel
  8. Here is a kit I built back in 2011. It's Revell's 1:72 Aeritalia (Fiat) G.91R/3. It reperesents 32+75, of Le.KG 4, Luftwaffe, at Husum in October 1979 during the "Bulls Eye 79" exercises. The kit was built very much OOB. It was painted by brush and varnished with airbrush. I had to touch up the sharkmouth decals with paint in some areas. Thank you for looking and all comments are welcome as always Miguel
  9. Superbly done indeed! Thanks for the info and it's great to see a Skyraider in other markings, out of the usual. Miguel
  10. Wow!! Fantastic job on all of them. I'm green with envy ! Miguel
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