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1/72 Horten Go 229 "What if?", Revell


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Let me present you my piece of summer fantasy))). Not used any additional sets, just from box. Only wing edges sharpened.

 

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Magnificent! And those rosettes would not look out of place on the Leopards that I see occasionally.

Christian, exiled to africa

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Thank you, guys. I'm so glad you enjoyed it. And it - the first few hours there was no comment. I did not know what to think))). Probably the most active electorate was at work))).

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Looks good and in awe of your skill with an airbrush. Perhaps not so much a what if as a what might have been?

In principle - yes, this camouflage is not so fantastic.

Bf_109Es_JG_27_on_flight_over_North_Afri

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The Leopard scheme is quite strange, but it's executed brilliantly, as we've come to expect from you!

But how would they keep those jet turbines alive with all that African dust around--?

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The Leopard scheme is quite strange, but it's executed brilliantly, as we've come to expect from you!

But how would they keep those jet turbines alive with all that African dust around--?

Well, imagine that the Lybian Air Base "Ain El Ghazala" built a concrete landing strip. The nation, which managed to build a jet flying wing in the middle of the 20th century, it would be done it with ease.

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