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  1. Thanks a lot Mike That's exactly my assumption as large as the ground crew shoes As always observation is the key Regards Armando PS Anyway I still be waiting to get some 1/72 scale containers maybe in 3D
  2. Hi Mike Following the conversation do you have some dimentions or I'll be using a Wild Wide Guess for the Tie Dows? Regards Armando
  3. Hi there AntPhillip My intention was only to take your attention to Flightpath, if my memory doesn't fail me they're the only ones that can be able to have a set for Royal Navy otherwise if not my course of action would be take the drawing bootneck and do a master and then cast some copies (around 30-50) on acrilic dentist resin (they're pretty small anyway at least in wonderful 1/72 scale) Anyway I always also wanted to do the SS Atlantic Conveyor flight plank (I don't know how it was called) Regards Armando
  4. Hi there Well I think you are looking for Royal Navy tie downs as I understand (only for wonderful 1/72 scale) flightpath made an especific set https://www.scalemates.com/kits/flightpath-fp-72-116-us-navy-carrier-deck-diorama-set--357754 Maybe you can look for it Regards Armando
  5. Hi there Well I mostly go around aircraft part of Britmodeller forums but this one is really interesting for you https://aztecmodels.com/collections/kits/products/r-016-emc-naval-contact-mine Regards Armando
  6. Hi there Now I cans see something missing from the old Italeri kit other than you must trash all the ordenance on that kit it lack of a simple but noticeable part as is the F-5f tail ballast Regards armando
  7. Sorry to coment until now but there is a couple big french bombs on the Special Hobby Super Mystere Saar in 1/72 scale also some smaller but no indication on what type on the instructions By the way I'm also waiting for those Mirage 5/50 Daggers from Special Hobby in wonderful 1/72 scale Regards Armando
  8. Hi there ForestFan Very nice looking Special Hobby Super Mystere/Sa’ar I wonder if we can agree some sort of deal as I have a bunch of old Airfix kits and those always stoped as their lack of ordenance so I'm interested on your leftovers from this build Regards Armando
  9. Hi there Well the question of today is related to the USAF Doouglas A-1E/H in Vietnam How it come an old USN type in process to be replaced (by A-7 Corsair and A-6 Intruders) then got used for the USAF in Sandy or Pilot Rescue missions I been looking for that uncesfully Regards Armando
  10. Hi there I can part a decal set coming from Esci kit in wonderful 1/72 scale (I got 3 o 4 samples of same kit) https://www.scalemates.com/kits/esci-ertl-9090-a-4g--135707 Maybe you have around another decal set like Indonesian, Malasian Singapur or New Zealand decals to trade Regards Armando
  11. Hi there all all the overall shapes remained the same, the engines as well... maybe comparable to F-16 vs Japanese F2... That explain me a lot!!!! Advice taken better wait for an injected model or forget the subject My own WWG (wild wide guess) is that Zvesda will be selling less models outside Russian in the near future (as for a model not sellected or adquired by Russia AF maybe never will be made as plastic injected kit) Regards Armando
  12. Hi Mark Well following the flow there are more than one conversations regarding the RAF Phantoms in Falklands War like this ones And of course you also can look here for the decals https://aztecmodels.com/ https://aztecmodels.com/collections/decals/products/d-063-war-for-the-falklands-malvinas-2 (by the way there is more than one option for RAF Phantoms in Ascencion Island) Regards Armando
  13. Hi there Well my general guess is to get a Italeri 72 MiG-29UB Fulcrum and add a normal MiG-29 Fulcrum A/C nose and to put a box shaped in the backside I wonder if there is more visible changesor modd apps https://www.google.com/search?q=egyptian+air+force+mig-35&rlz=1C1ALOY_esSV954SV954&oq=Egypt+Air+Force+MiG-&aqs=chrome.2.69i57j0i22i30l3j0i390l2.10846j1j15&sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8 Regards Armando PS I need suggestions of practical simple scratch / kitbashing type not go buy Great Wide Weels model
  14. 1000 Thanks Jerry That's what I was thinking? if I don't keep the bomb assembly then its going to look a weird empty
  15. /Hi there Well I been having on the stash some Hasegawa Heinkel He-111 and recently a Junkers Ju88A in wonderfull 1/72 scale (I normally do post WWII jet aircraft mostly single seaters of fighters adn figther-bombers) So after seeing some Youtube build ups I have some existencialist questions regarding If I use external racks for Heinkel He111 do I steel need to put the interior bombs assembly (for the 250 pounds bombs) or leave them out? the interior color of the main wheel bays on both bombers is that different from the interior color or the same as the exterior color? The interior of the glass frames suposed to be same color of the interior so thats RML66 Regarding both kinds of bombers as the models don't include bulkheads for the tail wheel interior Regards Armando
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