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Angelo M.

Italian Air Force F-104 1/32 maintenance

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Amazing job, great attention to detail. Nice one!

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I saw this on Facebook yesterday and it's great to see it here. What an amazing build, your eye for detail is very good indeed.

 

Duncan B

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That's a stunning piece of work, looks amazing!

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Just breathtaking - superb work!

:clap:

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What can I say that has not already been said; a feast for the eyes and I love the way you have captured the gloss finish to the hanger floor, very realistic.

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Outstanding work, attention to detail incredible. 

Excellant.

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Fantastic, When I was looking on the pictures I thought these pictures are showing the real thing and it is your briliant diorama!

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How you get access to hangar?

 

Masterpiece!

 

Best regards, Djordje

 

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Incredible build! Shocked! :yes::clap2::goodjob:

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Wow!

That looks like a lot of work has been invested.

Small details - like the yellow rope or the Italian flag on the wall - really bring the scene to life!

I'm very impressed, Angelo.

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WOW!!!! 😲  I remember the ads in model magazines in the 60s for, I think, Airfix (but might have been Revell)... "To avoid confusion with the real thing, we make our planes smaller".  You've nailed that one big time.

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Really Amazing.

It reminds me of when I was a young student (circa 1981) and visited the Cameri Air Force Base with the school.

A 104 was there in the hangar, semi disassembled, and it had a big dent into the leading edge. The pilot had been flying, well, a bit too low... and hit some trees!

 

Bel lavoro!

Are you going to bring it to the modeling contest in Volandia next 16-17 June?

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Davide

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Outstanding work all round Angelo,great attention to detail,I've loved these Italian Starfighter's since seeing them flying in and out of Rimini

back in the seventies.

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On 6/2/2018 at 2:37 PM, Davetur said:

 

Are you going to bring it to the modeling contest in Volandia next 16-17 June?

Too far, anyway never went to a contest

 

 

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