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Hi all, been very unproductive recently so to try and turn things around I've recently bought AK's Israeli Air Force paint sets for modern and early aircraft. I love Israeli paint schemes and they've used a nice variety of aircraft, so what better way to get back into building! I'm starting with 2 special hobby kits, their Vautour IIN and Meteor F.8 kits in 1/72 I also have a Revell 1/48 Spitfire Mk.IX on the way and have picked up some Techmod decals for Israeli Spits (this will be my first go at a spitfire too) For the benefit of anyone passing through, I'm currently working on: Revell 1/48 Spitfire Mk.IX Hobby2000 1/72 TA-4J And in the stash: Special Hobby 1/72 Vautour IIN Kinetic 1/48 Kfir C.2/C.7 Kinetic 1/48 F-16A Barak Italeri 1/48 F-4E Phantom Italeri 1/48 RF-4E Phantom Revell 1/32 Spitfire Mk.IX Italeri 1/48 AH-1F Cobra
Since we are discussing and posting multiplanes (here: ...good is to know that the concept wasn't just a fad of early deranged minds, but was well alive in 1920! This is a model from 11 years ago: Suffice to say that Mr. Leigh converted an existent Baby airframe in something…quite different. Being the original about 7.6 meters in span, at 1/72 it is a tiny model. The Baby is a cute little bug that will stand out on your display and that you could take to the next club meeting in a matchbox. Love is blind, and sometimes beauty is also a “blind”.