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POMPEO

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  1. Built out of the box. Paint with Sparmax MAX-3 airbrush and K4 and AMMO acrylics...
  2. Thanks my friends, love your words... Cheers,
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    Henschel Hs 129B-2

    Surperb my friend...
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    MiG-27D Trumpeter 1/48

    Awesome as always...
  5. Hello my friends, This is my Tamiya P-51D Mustang, 1/48th Scale. Paint with AMMO ALCLAD Weathering with AMMO by Mig Jimenez Decals from Lifelike Decals Full article on the forthcoming issue Hobbyworld Magazine. The P-51D Mustang, S/N 415459, nicknamed "American Beauty" has the aircraft of the 21 kills ace, Capt John Voll during the WWII on the MTO, Homebased on Italy.
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    Thud F-105G 1/48....

    Thanks my friends... full article will be on the forthcoming issue of the Model Aircraft Magazine...
  7. Yes Simon, will be featured in a fortcoming issue of the Model Aircraft Magazine..
  8. Thanks mates, Tony... About the Canopy.... I not cement it and he is just fited there without glue, maybe its the reason... I prefer that way to an easy cleaning and transportation... but you right on your tips...
  9. Hello My friends, Here is my Hasegawa's F-14D Tomcat with markings for VF-2. Its for an article about weathering on the Naval Jets. Hope you enjoy.
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    Thud F-105G 1/48....

    Thanks for your Kind words my friends... Cheers
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    Thud F-105G 1/48....

    Thanks my friend... Cheers
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    Thud F-105G 1/48....

    Thanks guys, I did use the AMMO Acrylics... and Alclad for Metallic shades...
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