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This is the Hasegawa 1/48 scale Sabre Mk4. I built this when it was first released in

2004.

Built straight out of the box, including decals with just the seat belts added.

Aeromaster acrylic paint was used for the camouflage colours.

Markings are for No 112 Squadron RAF.

Thank you for looking, Joe.

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A very nice rendition of a classic warbird. :goodjob:

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Super job Joe - I've always really liked the Sabre and yours is a fine rendition.

Cheers,

Roger

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Great Job,I think it looks fantastic in these colours!

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Stunning build ( as usual ) looking really good :thumbsup:

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Lovely model, well done.

Steve

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Thank you all very much gentlemen. The Sabre is a beautiful aircraft and looks even better in RAF colours. Thank you all once again. Joe.

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very nice build - I like it in RAF colors. Congrats.

Cheers,

Michael

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Nice one Joe. I checked the Duncan Curtis book out to see if you have crossed the slatted / hard wing minefield safely and you surely have, well done.

Nige B

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Nice one Joe. I checked the Duncan Curtis book out to see if you have crossed the slatted / hard wing minefield safely and you surely have, well done.

Nige B

Thank you Nige, well to be honest, that was more luck than judgment. Hasegawa must take the credit for that. :)

Thank you also Michael.

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Excellent build, love the paint job :speak_cool:

Nice one Joe. I checked the Duncan Curtis book out to see if you have crossed the slatted / hard wing minefield safely and you surely have, well done.

Nige B

I'll be crossing that at some point as I have plans to build an RCAF Sabre.

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Thank you F-32, Knight_Flyer and Egor.

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Another top build from you!

Great work Joe :)

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Many thanks HL-10 :)

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That is a lovely clean build Joe!

They are a beautiful design and the "last of the gunfighters" have a few stories to tell.

Nice work, indeed!

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Thank you Hairystick.

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