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I haven't posted for a while, loss of modelling mojo but I have finally completed the AMK 1/72 Kfir as a Colombian AF C12 I added the High Planes refuelling probe, Master brass pitot and some Eduard brass in the cockpit. The decals are from Aztec the only thing I would say about these is that the 'No Pise' markings on the trailing edge are in black and the pictures I have seen on the internet suggest they should be in red. The weathering was kept minimal as these Colombian jets seem to be kept very clean. Anyway enjoy (or not) Willy _IMG6083_1 by Phillip Wilmshurst, on Flickr _IMG6084_1 by Phillip Wilmshurst, on Flickr _IMG6088_1 by Phillip Wilmshurst, on Flickr _IMG6090_1 by Phillip Wilmshurst, on Flickr
My project for this group build will be Hasegawa’s F4U-5N Corsair in the colours of the Argentine Navy, 2nd Attack Squadron. Argentina used Corsairs for around 10 years retiring them in the mid 1960s when they were painted in very light gull grey/white scheme. There is evidence of them flying off ARA “Independecia” which had been HMS “Warrior”. The Corsairs were used in action during an attempted Army coup, attacking Army targets. I will using in addition to kit JT75, Aztec Decals, True Details wheels, Quickboost gun barrels and Eduard Superfabric WW2 USN seatbelts. Some initial photos. Thanks for looking. Grahame.
More or less finished! easy build, no complications at all. After the Italeri's more scratch than kit MiG-23 and KP's heavily modified Su-22 nearly too easy quite relaxing and great to see where modern manufacturing methods can lead! small spare PE upgrade of the Mk 10 ejection seat I liked Aztec decals quite a lot they offer this unique scheme of this not so well known operator of the mighty and long living Kfir. It is the older scheme, now Sri Lankan roundels are a bit bigger and look different. (provided on the second aztec sheet ) very recomendable kit! work in progress and more detail: http://www.britmodeller.com/forums/index.php?/topic/234951106-kfir-c2-amk-148-decals-on/ a suitable bomb load will follow soon, a MER is also provided in the kit, as well as an assortment of dumb and 2 types laser guided bombs old style GBU-12s and Israeli Griffin regards Werner
SF-5M AE.9 Ala 23 Talavera aIr base, Spanish Air Force Classic Airframes 1/48 Aztec Decals I am a bit late with my entry, because of too many things I am working on at the moment... nevertheless I promised to take part here as well, so here we come! I'm gonna use Aztec low viz decals as when I bought them those were the only ones available for a modern Spanish F-5M ( in the meantime Series-espanolas released a very comprehensive F-5 sheet... http://series-espanolas.com/en/35-se2148-casa-northrop-sf-5a-sf-5b-srf-5a.html the current F-5Ms are used for advanced training from Talavera airbase in the west of Span. they are modernized with glass cockpit, Hotas and very recently some got modern ejection seats. as time flies, only one month to go, I will probably only do the most necessary updates in the cockpit and use the old ejection seats! maybe I will add some ordnance though... many nice pictures here: http://www.portierramaryaire.com/foro/viewtopic.php?f=5&t=1603&st=0&sk=t&sd=a&start=75 Expal BR 250 and 500, MK82, practice bomb launcher, etc.... hope you like my idea! regards, Werner
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