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About barracuda67

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  • Birthday 11/26/1967

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  1. Hello After a little longer time, finally finished. From Collect-Aire, the North American RB-45C Tornado, RAF Sculthorpe 1952. Thanks for looking regards Martin
  2. Hello It is nearing the end. Removing the masking from the clear parts was a bit persistent, probably a little too long on it. regards Martin
  3. Hello One step further to the end. Not the best decals. Luckily I had the Roundels from xtradecals. Thanks for looking Martin
  4. Hi A little progress with the paint and the different metal effects. regards Martin
  5. Hello For the lower side, it's ok for me. You do not see much anymore when he is standing on the Ground. regards Martin
  6. Thank you The resin parts were very nice. No holes and no mistakes. The fit is very good. The Vaccu Klarteile are ok. I hope they do not turn yellow over time. The thing is quite weighty and gets pretty big. regards
  7. Hello After a long break, painting with Humbrol 191 After 2 days, the panels only polished. Thanks for looking Martin
  8. test https://drive.google.com/open?id=1YrviBiPLT7zlmgESUu-IYowanfP6i8Dm
  9. Hi woody 37 Very good work. I have built the 1/48 Lincoln with Paragon a few years ago, and now the clear vaccu parts are unfortunately yellowish.
  10. Hello dear modelers I would like to introduce you to my new project, a North American RB-45C, 91st Strategic Reconnaissance Wing, RAF Sculthorpe, mid-1952. The kit is from Collect-Aire,1/48 Full Resin, Vaccu Clear - and metal parts. There are not so many components, but a lot of work with the fit. The first test Longer time and a lot of putty and grind later. Slowly goes to the paint. Thanks for looking. Martin Values model builder
  11. Hi Ed Very good work ! For me very interesting, because I'm currently building on an RB-45C, RAF. Martin
  12. Hello That's Special Hobbies 1/48 Fairey Firefly FR Mk.5, HMS Glory, Korea in 1951. For me a difficult kit, needed filling and sanding much. Can also be my fault. The canopy is of BarracudaCast, the rest OOB. Thanks for looking Martin
  13. Hello! This is the Classic Airframes Martin B-57B Canberra, Langley AFB, 1954 I tried a NMF for another project. The colors are Model Master. The kit is not Tamiya but otherwise ok. The biggest problem was that if you want the closed canopy, fits, and the thing takes an enormous amount of lead. Thanks for looking Martin
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