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Arkady72

MiG-23MF Trumpeter 1/32

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Trumpeter kit with Aires cockpit, wheel bays, exhaust nozzle and Quickboost auxiliary air intakes. I used also Zactmodels R-60 missiles with double pylons.

This plane is IMHO one of the most beatiful jet at all.

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MiG-23MF model and his big brother :). Yes I know I am a bit crazy...

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I thought I was looking at a walk around, but that meant the car in the last pic would have been HUGE!!

Absolutely stunning work, just perfect in every way, especially the weathering. Thank you for sharing that with us.

Val

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I can see why you like it. Thas a very stunning model. Bardzo Dobra!

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love it, one of the best builds I have seen on here.

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love it, one of the best builds I have seen on here.

just about to say the same thing. Has the nose been subjected to the salt weathering technique?

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Sometimes you just have to post and this is one of them.

A truely stunning model.Paint job and weathering are off the scale

It just looks real, pure and simple.

Cheers John.

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Superb, and great photography too. I would like to get my hands on this kit, though will probably settle for the 48 scale version when it's out.

Cheers

FF

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Well done, mate! Fantastic, as we've come to expect from you!

Cheers,

Bill

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Another dazzling build!

I think though this is more a display of artistry than a mimic of reality. The cockpit though does look really good.

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regards,

Jack

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I'll take issue with the Mig 23 being a beautiful plane but as far as beautiful model making goes - you win my friend! Fantastic stuff. Thanks so much for sharing that with us.

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Absolutely nice!!!

great job!!

Zacto R-60 are one of the nicest things I ever saw! ;)

Slowly finished new mig-23 kits start to show!!

:)

looking forward to the 1/48 version as well!!!

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Absolutely superb!

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I take my hat off to you, that's a beautiful model.

I'm just going to have to get that kit now :-)

I agree with Greg, one of the best models on the site. Well done.

Al

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That really is beautifully finished, wish I had just the tiniest bit of your talent! Well done on a magnificent MiG-23.

Cheers...

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just about to say the same thing. Has the nose been subjected to the salt weathering technique?

Yes, I used wet salt on lower and upper surfaces.

JackG

Another dazzling build!

I think though this is more a display of artistry than a mimic of reality. The cockpit though does look really good.

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Jack, I have been there in Krakow Polish Aviation Museum about a week ago and I saw that 120 Flogger too.

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I must say I was embarrassed with the condition of the airplanes outside...

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This place should be called as aviation cemetery.

Even new exhibits like Jag or Harrier very soon will looks bad as others.

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Only the planes hidden in the hangars look very good:

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exdraken

Zacto R-60 are one of the nicest things I ever saw!

looking forward to the 1/48 version as well!!!

R-60 from Zactmodels are superb, agree!

Thanks for all comments.

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