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-A FLOGGER for two

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- - As promise after the single seater I presented you some weeks ago this is the two seater. a mix between the FLOGGER single seater from Trumpeter and the Neomega transkit.As usual in quater inch

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Тhat is awesome Sir! You have done a great work! And the indoor part of canopy (is it correct in english?) i like most of all!

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Very cool! I got to sit in one of these once, I was most taken with the electrically operated seat ^_^

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Very nice build. Can I give some hints?

- the antenna for Cha-23 missiles is on starboard only

- the canopies should have the same angle in open position. (same happend on my model)

- check the very prominent RSBN antenna under the nose.

Don't get me wrong - you made an excellent job!

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Excellent... :D

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Lovely, and rather unusual subject not one we see a lot of. The weathering is exquisite.

Rgds,

Eng

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Very nice build. Can I give some hints?

- the antenna for Cha-23 missiles is on starboard only

- the canopies should have the same angle in open position. (same happend on my model)

- check the very prominent RSBN antenna under the nose.

Don't get me wrong - you made an excellent job!

- Spassiba FLOGGERMAN

- Thank you for your comments, without you I should have not noticed these bugs. Happily they are not too difficult to rectify .I'm sure there are many others but less conspicious.

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Reminds me something: MiG-23UB "Flogger-C" - Bort 90 yellow (c/n 3113) - 19.GvAPIB at Lärz (Germany) in the early nineties! B)

I went there on spotting three or four times including for the regiment departure to Russia on March 23rd, 1993.

Source: http://www.16va.be/galeries_vvs/mig-27/imgcol/index.html

http://www.16va.be/galeries_vvs/mig-27/imgcol/imgcol_3/_00001.html

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http://www.16va.be/galeries_vvs/mig-27/imgcol/imgcol_3/_00002.html

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http://forums.airshows.co.uk/viewtopic.php?f=40&t=27705

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V.P.

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Very nicely done Flogger, especially the worn paint effect

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Very nicely done Flogger, especially the worn paint effect

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Very, very nice job on the weathering of the paint. One of the nicest jobs I have ever seen. I am not a huge fan of weathering, especially darkened panel lines but this worn look is fantastic

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Remind me something: MiG-23UB "Flogger-C" - Bort 90 yellow (c/n 3113) - 19.GvAPIB at Lärz (Germany) in the early nineties! B)

I went there on spotting three or four times including for the regiment departure to Russia on March 23rd, 1993.

Source: http://www.16va.be/galeries_vvs/mig-27/imgcol/index.html

http://www.16va.be/galeries_vvs/mig-27/imgcol/imgcol_3/_00001.html

_00001.jpg

http://www.16va.be/galeries_vvs/mig-27/imgcol/imgcol_3/_00002.html

_00002.jpg

http://forums.airshows.co.uk/viewtopic.php?f=40&t=27705

MIG-23UB90YELLOWMIROWCLN10334000.jpg

MIG-23UB90YELLOWCLOFTING290792N16174000.

V.P.

Thank you for these pics,I'm happy my model reminds you some good time.To be noticed , the stenciling is very visible on this machine, as I have a lot of stenciling in my spare box , I will correct my model accordingly

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very nice model!

superb conversion!

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very nice job that looks like you Flogged it into submission ;)

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