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  1. AZ Models are not the easiest to work with. This build required a lot of patience, drilling, sanding, filling and cussing. Since Eduard came out with 1/72 scale Mk VIIIs, I don't think I will put myself through building an AZ Model kit for a while. The canopy is Italeri, rest is straight OOB. This was the WWII ace Wing Commander Frank (Chota) Carey's Spitfire based out of RAF Amarda Road, Odisha, India 1944. Colors are Mr. Hobby Dark Green and Flat Earth and Tamiya Media Sea Grey. Seat belts are scratch using masking tape. Hope you like it!
  2. For inspection is this Hasegawa 1:48 Spitfire Mk VIII. Though I had applied decals on this many weeks back, I only got around to doing a panel wash and sealing it with dull coat last night. Mostly straight out of the box except for the Eduard seat belts. The real MT 719 has been restored and still flies out of Addison airport in Texas. I have tried to build it in the configuration/markings it might have had when handed over to India (1946/1947). According to the book "Spitfires in the Sun" by Vikram Singh, MT 719 was one of the first aircraft to be flown into action to counter the Jammu and Kashmir invasion. It was used to strafe enemy columns and carry out offensive reconnaissance missions. and it played a vital part in the battle of Shelatang on 7 November 1947, which was a turning point for the conflict. I used Model Master acrylic colors. For the clear gloss and clear flat I used Model Master acrylics as well. For the panel wash I used Tamiya's black panel line accent. My photography skills aren't great but hopefully you will like what you see.
  3. Hello All, Attached are some pictures of my completed vintage Monogram P-47 D Bubbletop. Not bad for a molding from 1967. It's not perfect but still turned out pretty good. The decals are Iliad from Canada. They were OK but they were a bit brittle and cracked at several spots. Hope you enjoy the pictures and as always all comments are appreciated. All the Best! Don
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