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- MIG 31 DEMO BIRD - AMK (of course)

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Hi folks,

- I know .......another Foxhound.......This time it is the AMK "B" model turned into a 31 E demo bird thanks to sample from Begemot .I would like to thanks Kotey for his help.

- I've used only the stencils from the beautiful decals sheet of the kit and the germetika filets as I've experienced troubles with the one pieces frames which proved very difficult to settle in place .....I will probably add another 31 to the two others as I can't resist to a Khazakstan machine..........

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very nice work, haven´t seen this before and at least finally something different

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Super! ^_^ You do realise I'm going to have to sulk for a while though, as you beat me to the finish on this one :crying:

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With a different base,this could be mistaken for the real thing.

Beautiful finish,well done.

Richard

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Very good work, a rare prototype. But the flaps and slats, in a static position of the aircraft, always in the neutral position

Edited by NazarovVladimir

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Very good work, a rare prototype. But the flaps and slats, in a static position of the aircraft, always cleaned ...

- Spassiba Vladimir

- You are perfectly right, but as I've already built a BS/BM in clean configuration I've chosen this one to make a difference with the first and as a secondary effect this show the possibility offered by the kit.. ;)

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Excellent work there.

I saw the real thing at the ILA in Hannover in 1990. I even got a MiG bureau pin badge (which unfortunately went ping some months later).

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Great job, i'm glad that i can help you. For all other modellers (except Mike) - i'm working about "48-044 MiG-31 - the standard Foxhound" every day.

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- Spassiba Vladimir

- You are perfectly right, but as I've already built a BS/BM in clean configuration I've chosen this one to make a difference with the first and as a secondary effect this show the possibility offered by the kit.. ;)

Yes, I saw your previous model is also very well-received.

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Good job! :speak_cool:

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Quality build :goodjob:

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Thats fantastic! I will make the same plane one day and I'll be happy to get it 50% as good as that, :goodjob:

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Beautiful model!! I LOVE these aircraft!!

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Very nice work there, looks great

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Another very nice Mig to add to your growing collection... nice to see one with a bit of colour.

gazza l

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