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  1. My eleventh build of the year comes in the shape of this German Air Force WTD.61 Sukhoi Su-22 M4 30918 98+14. This was known as the official "Last Flight Su-22" which had its service life extended in order for its last flight to RAF Scampton where it currently resides. 1/72 Bilek/Italeri kit. Pavla cockpit & Canopy. Airwaves etch. Scale Aircraft Conversions landing gear. Armory resin wheels. Master brass pitot probes & gun barrels Hi Decal & Propagteam decals. Ammo Mig, Hataka & Vallejo acrylics. Also many thanks to Andre "Hook" for the Aphid miss
  2. Su-22 Fitter K | 1/144 | Minicraft Hungary I finished this one on 6/7/2020. The Su-22 is the export version of the Su-17 Fitter, which itself is a variable geometry adaptation of the Su-7 Fitter. If you love masking this is the kit for you! Not only did it have a 4-color camouflage scheme, but the pylons had to be masked for 3 different colors and the flash-guard by the guns had to be masked. It was still quite a bit of fun. I purchased this a couple years ago for practically nothing (maybe $5?). At the time I was really getting into Sukhoi aircraft and i
  3. Set for correcting the shape and size of wing fences of the Su-17/Su-22 model in 1/48 scale manufactured by Kitty Hawk. Cast from polyurethane resin.
  4. Set for correcting the inlet cone of the Su-17/Su-22 model in 1/48 scale manufactured by Kitty Hawk/Hobbyboss. Cast from polyurethane resin. For photo painted silver and black.
  5. Detail for correcting the belly of the fuselage of the Su-17M4/Su-22M4 model in 1/48 scale manufactured by Kitty Hawk. Cast from polyurethane resin.
  6. Sukhoi Su-17 M3/M4 Fitter-K 1:48 Kittyhawk The Su-17, with its NATO reporting name Fitter was derived from the earlier Su-7 as a project to improve its low speed handling, particularly during take-off and landing. It was Sukhoi's first attempt at variable geometry wings, and when it reached service was the Soviet Union's first swing-wing aircraft in service. To keep the project costs down, the centre section of the wing remained fixed, with the outer able to swing back for high-speed flight, and forward for slow. A pronounced spine was also added to the r
  7. I'm continuing with a series of jets and presenting my last completed model. SU-22M4 Iraqi Air Force. This plane flew at the end of the Iraq-Iran war, but also during the first desert storm. Here is picture , enjoy.
  8. Hello. I have just finished this nice Su-22 kit from Kitty Hawk in 1/48 scale. It is the replica of the Yellow 77 unit from the Ukrainian Air Force. The cockpit and Canopy is detailed using Eduard's photo etch upgrade set and crew boarding ladder from "Part".
  9. Its been a while since I have posted an RFI (work, travel and children!), but here is the 1:48 KittyHawk SU-22M4 Fitter. Not a kit to cut your teeth on, but certainly not as bad as some of the online reviews would have you think. My biggest issues were: The multi-part fuselage (take your time and try not to introduce an error, ask me how I know!). Wing Fences needed a little bit of dry fitting, trimming and fettling (not that difficult). Pylon locations were indistinct and the instructions were vague and missing detail. Jet pipe was too long, easy enoug
  10. I'll be building the new Kitty Hawk release of the Su-17 Fitter which will be built as a Polish Air Force Su-22M-4 from 8.elt. I have ordered Model Maker decals and I have the Hataka paint set specifically for this aircraft. I also have some Armour wheels, Master pitot set and a few other bits n bobs but I'm not sure what will be used yet.
  11. Polish Su-22 the export version of the Su-17. Pics thanks to Jacek.
  12. 1/48 swing-wing Fitter could be next Avantgarde release after the Foxhound, Tomcat and Albatros. Unconfirmed speculation at local modelling discusions but here are some connections between the AMK and Czech modellers.
  13. Some of the original OEZ/Kovozávody Prostějov's (KP) classics Sukhoi 1/48th kits were becoming difficult to find. They're to be re-released soon by SMĚR (http://www.smer.cz/en/). ref.0853 - Su-7BKL "Fitter-A" - http://www.1999.co.jp/eng/10326152 ref.0854 - Su-7BMK "Fitter-A" - http://www.1999.co.jp/eng/10326153 ref.0855 - Su-17/22M-3 "Fitter-H"- http://www.1999.co.jp/eng/10326154 ref.0856 - Su-17/22M-4 "Fitter-K"- http://www.1999.co.jp/eng/10326155 ref.0857 - Su-25 "Frogfoot-A"- http://www.1999.co.jp/eng/10326156 ref.0858 - SU-25UB/UBK "Frogfoot-B" - http://www.1999.co.jp/eng/103
  14. Without doubt the star of the show for *me*. Even if that so called F-35 turned up, these would still win, hands down. I will be working through my photos this week, but was very eager to get the Su-22's done.... Hope you enjoy! Polish Air Force Su-22M4 RIAT 2014 by Totallyrad.co.uk, on Flickr Polish Air Force Su-22M4 RIAT 2014 by Totallyrad.co.uk, on Flickr Polish Air Force Su-22M4 RIAT 2014 by Totallyrad.co.uk, on Flickr Polish Air Force Su-22M4 RIAT 2014 by Totallyrad.co.uk, on Flickr Polish Air Force Su-22M4 RIAT 2014 by Totallyrad.co.uk, on Flickr Polish Air Force Su-22M4 RIAT 2014
  15. Hello I thought I'd do this group build. I recently discovered my local model shop and have been 3 times in the last few days. Today I bought this kit for £5 - and it's entirely complete. I was pretty suprised to be honest but happy with it. The only thing I want to do is get different decals - I hate having generic USSR decals so I might get some Polish ones or print my own. This is the last kit I'm doing entirely by hand I hope (airbrush should be coming soon) but the first I'm going to build extra detail for - including printing cockpit details, making some joysticks and such from spare p
  16. Build 9 Su-22? Sorry Dragon, you got it wrong! Because the markings supplied are only for a Russian Fitter, Su-17M4 is the correct designation, Su-22 is only used for export versions. Now that's cleared up... ;)This looks to be a very nice little kit and I'm looking forward to building it. It'll be built OOB except for the wing/wing glove joint which will need some work. Price: 99p eBay. The decals have yellowed a little and are currently Blu Tacked to my window...
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