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theplasticsurgeon

Tim's T2V-1 Seastar - COMPLETED

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Joining you with this US Navy trainer - derived from the T-33, that I'm also building.

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The first Sword kit that I've built - from several purchases.

And I really like the hi-vis options

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wow, they took a (comparatively) pretty aircraft and turned it into a humpbacked monster!

 

Nice to see something different (and a type that I didn't know about) in the GB. Here's to DayGlo panels on airyplanes!

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I too have never seen this type before, it will be interesting to see it built up, a nice choice.

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On 4/19/2019 at 12:12 PM, theplasticsurgeon said:

 

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It looks like a T-33 that's growing up to be a Buckeye! 

 

I don't think I've even seen this kit, let alone built it.  I did know about the type, though.

 

bob

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This is coming along nicely. That orange really looks the part.

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I agree about the orange. I need the same color for a near future build. Sadly it will need to be another paint brand. I've not seen a Humbrol tin since the late 80’s here in the States. 

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Certainly a colourful scheme and well executed.

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Posted (edited)
On 4/21/2019 at 5:15 PM, gingerbob said:

 

It looks like a T-33 that's growing up to be a Buckeye! 

Did you say Buckeye?

Matchbox-Buckeye.jpg

 

Or Cougar?

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Skynight?

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As you can see, not my first US Navy hi-viz training scheme

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Goshawk?

Edited by theplasticsurgeon
correction

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