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Hello everyone... I will be building the Hasegawa Mirage F.1C in the markings of the South African Air Force circa late 1970’s. This will be my first mirage since 1987, I built the Monogram Mirage 2000 in 1/48 then. The markings I have currently, But these decals from MAVDecals are on there way from South Africa. It all remains to be seen which I will use. Here with the sprue shots. Spare decals. I had considered and still am to some degree a Libyan version. The national markings are pretty simple with solid
Hello everyone... This is my attempt to right a wrong. A few years ago a mentor of mine gave me about 30 models, one of which was the 1/48 Hasegawa Kahu Scooter. I unfortunately didn't realize the treasure I had in my possession at the time and built it as a USMC early “E” scooter. So in penance I will attempt to turn Hasegawa’s 1/72 E/F into a K type scooter. I will be using these decals from old model decals out of New Zealand which look quite good. These are the kit decals and if everything goes pear shaped on the mod’s, I will fall back and do the VMAT-102 markings( big red
Hello One and all... This is my 2nd Hurricane IIc build. It represents Lt. Stewart “Bomb” Finney’s 1 Squadron SAAF plane. It is coded AX*Z HL885 with the Dual nose art of the Springbok on either side, and “Oops” on the port rudder. Thanks to @rob85 for coming through with the decals. I have no WIP for either build as these were fill in builds during other projects. Questions, comments, and or thoughts ? Denni
Here is my entry. The old Hasegawa E13A1 Jake. I am not sure which paint scheme or if I will add after market parts. I may just scratch build cockpit parts. The kit is on it's way and should be here September 5th.---John