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  1. Besides the P-40, my dad starts another lend-lease project. 101523-10849-pristine by grimreaper110, auf Flickr DSC_0001 by grimreaper110, auf Flickr gonna be "white lightning" DSC_0002 by grimreaper110, auf Flickr
  2. Dear all, I decided yesterday to try a quick build here... it is a sharkmouth, no? so hope it counts! that is what I have: Italeri Mirage F1 in 1/48 with mission mark decals (unfortuantely out of production.. ) I want to do Mirage F1 CR 118-NQ that took part in Balic Air Policing missions in 2013 lots of aftermarket stuff, only som of it will/can be used here: this is the nice sharkmouth and Iraqi banana tank: https://cdn.jetphotos.com/full/3/24539_1390505379.jpg hope it turns out in time! cheers, Werner
  3. This is not a kit for the beginner, which is a shame as I don't know of any other small scale 2 seat zero kits around. The injected molded parts suffer from severe mold misalignment to the point where manufacturers had to include resin tail plane and other small pieces as the injected parts were junk. What they should have done was retooled the kit and made sure the parts were molded better. I built this model for a friend and fortunately he didn't want the aircraft in a target towing set up, because much of the tow gear was so badly molded it was unusable. Even so, the rear fuselage insert doesn't fit and that was built up with super glue and sprue. The nose and cowling are a mess, but I managed to carve out something that looks like a zero nose from the globs of plastic. The photo etch for the gear bays had to be trimmed to fit, but it wasn't too bad. Fortunately the vac formed canopy is nicely done and the decals are quite good. If you really want a 2 seat Zero in 1/72, I would suggest buying this kit and taking out the canopy, second cockpit, decals and if you must some of the towing and winch gear and grafting it onto the Airfix Zero. That said, I'm quite pleased with the end result of my hacking and sanding!
  4. Dassault Mirage IIIC No.58 / 2-LK EC 3/2 ‘Alsace’, Dijon-Longvic, 1966 This is another one of those long-awaited builds inspired by a Coltishall Battle of Britain ‘at home day’ in the 1960s. This was the first time I had seen a Mirage III in the flesh. Two were there at the 1966 open day, namely No.89 / 2-LE and No.58 / 2-LK which is the subject of this model. In those days I could only do small, square format black and white photography, and this is my valued photo that I took on that day 17th September 1966 : The basic kit was the AML Mirage IIIC, which looked OK in the box but was actually a real struggle to build. I won’t go into details but anyone who’s attempted a short run AML kit with resin and photo etch will know what it’s like. Anyway I finished it at last and here it is. The other Mirages in the pics are IIIEs, one from the HPM kit (13-PP) and the other an old Heller kit (3-JN) which I have posted before. Finish on all of them was AK Extreme Metal polished aluminium with a brushed coat of Klear, with various panels in mixtures of light grey, aluminium and medium sea grey. ←
  5. Hi everyone My Spitfire build is coming to an end so its time to think about my next project. I do have a Hurricane,Typhoon and Jet Provost to finish but I've wanted to build a Halifax for a long time now so I thought sod it, lets go for it! I've chosen the Revell offering as my starting point, I know it has its issues (hence the correction set from AML) but hopefully I should be able to produce a decent model to add to my small collection. Here's an overall shot of the Kit and after market... Thanks for looking and see you soon. Iain
  6. AML is to release a 1/72nd Dassault Mirage IIIB/BJ kit - ref. AML 72020 Source: http://www.aml.cz/en/coming.html AML single-seat Mirage IIIC review: http://www.internetmodeler.com/2007/october/first-looks/aml_mirage.php Source: http://umm-usa.com/onlinestore/product_info.php?manufacturers_id=49&products_id=2663&osCsid=c2e6b018bba7ef49652a81380a0dca6d V.P.
  7. She is finished finally! tried to be ready before the new highly awaited Kinetic wonder! I especially like the AML exhaust! Iwill buy more from them in the future! (they released a pair for the Heller Mirage IV as well recently!!! ) it is looking cool, no? sunset was already some years ago for Brazilian Mirages! first the IIIs and later the stopgap 2000B/C (till what exactly? Gripen E in some years time!!) the in progress can be found here: http://www.britmodeller.com/forums/index.php?/topic/234966501-mirage-iiiebr-148-aztec-decals-on/?hl=mirage thanks for comments!
  8. One cannot have enough started kits I think,,,,, while one is drying, youcan always sand some parts, or rescribe something, or else,,, so I decided to do another Mirage with canards, this time it is set to be a Mirage IIIEBR of the Brazilian Airforce (FAB), or F-103E as they used to call them the kit will be the ancient ESCI/ Italeri kit for an Mirage IIIE, still mor or less the only choice out of the box. As I bought a Neomega resin cockpit once for it and also got an AML exhaust nozzle, I really wanted to build it once.... so here it is.... parts are already partially rescribed, the raised lines were quite crude. (as is my rescribing for the moment...) Resin parts are cleaned and dry fitted, so far so good! here some pics: hope it turns out at least somehow decent!! Werner
  9. Finished this one today for a group build over on another forum, based around the Lend Lease program. What ive built is the Airfix Hurricane IIc kit but ive used the 3d Kits conversion to convert it in to a IID. Ive also used AML decals to do a nice russain scheme for the model. The kit itself is a lovely kit and just falls together, the only big down side is the small prop. The 3d Kits conversion is nice simple to use and is nicely detailed, i would well recommend it to anyone. The AML decals were lovely to use to. I used humbrol and revell paints through out. Overall it was an easy build and im really happy with the finshed product. Enjoy, Tom
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