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Shalako

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  1. Very thorough presentation/ work lad. My congrats and good luck with the rest of your build. The only reason I would choose the Tamiya kit over the Airfix is because of the kit's better quality plastic. The Airfix plastic is very soft and in some kits I bought recently part of the wings were 'wraped'. I can't understand why Airfix insists on using the specific quality of plastic.
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    F-86A in 1/48

    True, true! I've focused on the photos !! Hi Stuart, Good point!!!
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    F-86A in 1/48

    Hi Steve, Actually, I am building right now the Airfix 1/72 Sabre as an F-86E(M), the only version besides the "A" that had the reinforced windscreen (that's how I know and told Duncan about it) and I have bought the Pavla canopy. In contrast, to Duncan's work I have to install the reinforced glass. Cheers Bill (aka Shalako)
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    A Yellow Streak... Thunderstreak that is.

    Love it! Love it! Love it!!!
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    1/72 Monogram F-4C Phantom II

    Lovely kit and one of Monogram's best!!! Keep up the good work!!!
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    Monogram 1/48 Boeing B-29 Superfortress

    What a kit!!!! Looking forward for the next steps of your build Jamie!! Good luck with the "beast"!
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    F-86A in 1/48

    spot on paint work!!! However, I noticed that the kit doesn't give the reinforced windscreen. Pity because it is the most characteristic detail on the specific version of the Sabre. Again, excellent work!!!
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    Best 1/72 F-16 kit/s

    Hi Giorgio, Many thanks for your reply lad. Much like the company's F-5s and harriers, this one looks pretty nice and cheap, I just bought one (the twin-seat) from Ebay!!! Now, I only need some resin seats and a new exhaust. Cheers
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    Best 1/72 F-16 kit/s

    Buona Sera Giorgio! I have heard what you're saying about the airbrakes from a fellow modeller. He told me that by adding a millimetre or so, or placing in the open position the airbrakes the shape issue is not that obvious. He also told me that I should pay attention to the instrument panels because there is a significant gap between their end and the cockpit's floor (single and twin-seat).
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    Best 1/72 F-16 kit/s

    Hi Mark, Kingkit still has it therefore I was wondering if anyone has build this kit (single or two-seat version). Since it is an 1980s kit perhaps it depicts the "A" model (accurately)? Cheers Bill
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    Best 1/72 F-16 kit/s

    I have read all the reviews and comments for the Revell, Hasegawa, and etc F-16s, however, I've noticed that no one mentions the ESCI F-16s. Anyone knows how accurate or not, are these kits?
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    1/72 Hasegawa Grumman X-29

    Jolly good job!!!
  13. Hi BP85, The kit you're building brings back a lot of memories!! Now, I don't won't to discourage you but, you could have worked a little bit more on sanding the areas where you have applied the Humbrol filler, and I'm referring to the airframe-wings joints. The filler is still obvious in those areas. Cheers Sernak
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