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OOB for the B, and much scratch for no name...

 

More pictures next...

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Nice. I do like those. Does the tropical filter come in the kit or detail parts or did you scratch build that, it looks just like what I imagined they should look like.

Steve.

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Highly authentic tropical typhoons...lovely, great weathering and look. Like the scheme. Which one is the Eduard?

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They both look superb,....... imagine if the Tiffy had gone into widespread service in the Middle East and on into Italy.

 

Cheers

             Tony

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6 hours ago, stevehnz said:

Nice. I do like those. Does the tropical filter come in the kit or detail parts or did you scratch build that, it looks just like what I imagined they should look like.

Steve.

 

Tropical filter built in scratch...

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6 hours ago, Valkyrie said:

Highly authentic tropical typhoons...lovely, great weathering and look. Like the scheme. Which is the Eduard?

 

It's the same ! Juste little resin ans metal set for the Eduard...

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Wow! Fabulous job!

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They are absolutely superb! Very well done. :worthy:

KInd regards,

Stix

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Fabulous, superb, wonderful, I could go on.:goodjob:

Perfect weathering of a beast of a plane. 

Martin. 

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Wonderful work. Really impressive work.   :goodjob:

 

Cheers

Jim

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Wonderful pair of Typhoons! Has me reaching for my own car door version from the stash!

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