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DaveH

Saab Viggen, Special Hobby 1/72 scale

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Anyone that can tackle and master a Viggen camo scheme deserves full praise in my book. That’s a real beauty, very well done. 

 

Cheers.. Dave 

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Superb JA 37 with perfect camo and finish, looking just right!

 

Kind regards,

 

Joachim

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Very nice, mate :)

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Thanks for all the great comments, slump well past, first coat on Tamiya Spitfire mk1 today.....😃

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That's a beaut! Fantastic job on that difficult looking camo scheme!

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Great result!

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Brilliant, looks just like my ambition. :)

Steve.

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Great looking Viggen there, good work on the camo` in `72nd, Really nice work

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Beautiful paint job Dave!

 

Cheers

 

Malcolm

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Oh my! That looks great! And well displayed, too.

This kit is in my stash, and I’ve been trying to decide what my next project should be after my Ford Tri-motor. I may have found it... 🙂

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I've bookmarked this thread as a reference for when I tackle my Heller 1/72 Viggen. I hope that I can do it as well as you have.

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Excellent work! 👍

 

How the fit of the kit, I want to do a NMF one?

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Thanks again gents for the comments..... Tbolt, goes together reasonably well, some filler required, one piece spine saves on seam clean-up.... enjoy !!

Dave

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Brilliant job on the Viggen, especially that splinter camouflage.

 

Terry

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Wow, that scheme in 72nd!!

Great work and colors!!

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Posted (edited)

Lovely, particularly the paint job. The jet pipe looks strangely vacant, but if I remember correctly (from my failed Matchbox attempt more hears ago than I care to remember), the whole engine shebang is well buried up there.

 

But if it remains parked there on those double yellows for much longer, there'll be a ticket on the windscreen PDQ!

 

Justin

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That's stunning Dave,a great scheme not often attempted let alone seen,I'm just finishing a Boeing Vertol in the splinter scheme so know the pain!

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