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Zvezda 1:144 Tupolev Tu-134A, Aeroflot

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this will be my build for this group build, OOB with the Aeroflot decals

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started the work, fuselages joined...

a screw will be the pilot, covered in putty....

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You'll have a job converting into a Fokker Friendship :yahoo:

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You'll have a job converting into a Fokker Friendship :yahoo:

Nothing is impossible. Some things are just less likely than others :beer:

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I'll be waiting on Amodels 1/72 version, always liked these Russian airliners, good job so far

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Already looking a bit better than the AZ model Tu-134. I also have the Rus-Air, Fly and Zvezda versions, so I am watching this one. Bit of a fan of ye old Russian 'smoker'!

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decided to do the wheels up and use the nice included stand.

assembly done, painting next....

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only 4 days left of the GB... :fight:

I dont know if masking the windows with masking fluid was such a good idea, better left them open ?

The two fin on top is in the wrong possition, following the instructions was another bad idea.

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decals were very nice, even extra window decals to save me from some mistakes ;)

thanks to those who commented and followed my build :)

FINISHED :cheers:

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Very nice 134 - cheating with the wheels up!! I could be finished the Coronado tonight if I retract the wheels!

Thanks John P, yes the wheels up saved me a lot of time, dont know why I used weight in the nose though ;)

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Very nice. I'm inspired to try and finish mine now.

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Beautiful. I think you did the right thing to do it wheels up and on the stand, it just makes it look 'right'.

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