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stevej60

Airfix Vampire T.11. Swedish A.F.

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Morning folk's,built as a pair for the Trainer's GB is Airfix's T11 in the Swedish Air Forces historic flight colour's,as this machine is kept pristine I've

only ran a pin wash to bring out a bit of detail and no weathering.A great stress free build and nice to be back into 1/72 scale for this and a few

other subject's to come,many thank's for looking in.

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Well done!!!!! 👍

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Lovely model, makes me want to add a Sea Vampire to my shelf.

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Hi Steve,

 

I have always found that the Swedish roundels add something special to a paint scheme! Your Vampire is precisely built and painted. Really wonderful to look at.

 

Congrats!!!!

 

JR

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Very cool Vampire there, looks great in that scheme too

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Beautiful build Steve, very neat and a cool scheme.

 

Alan

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Beautiful !

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That's very nice, well done.

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Thats a beauty, Steve!

 

Martin

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Very smart looking model - looks great in that scheme.

 

C'mon Airfix - give us a 1/48 T.11!

 

Cheers

 

Malcolm

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God looking! I love the coulors. What brand did you use? Tamiya or... ?

 

Cheers / André

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Nice one, good to see it in foreign colours. My dad recently started a good old 1/48 Hobbycraft Vampire, doing a Mexican scheme.

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Many thank's folk's.

1 hour ago, Andre B said:

God looking! I love the coulors. What brand did you use? Tamiya or... ?

 

Cheers / André

Many thank's Andre,Tamiya paint was used a mix of olive green/olive drab,I'm just finishing off the single seat Vampire also as a Swedish machine

as well as Heller's Saab J21,the interest started with the old Airfix Vertol for a recent GB.

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Posted (edited)
17 hours ago, stevej60 said:

Many thank's folk's.

Many thank's Andre,Tamiya paint was used a mix of olive green/olive drab,I'm just finishing off the single seat Vampire also as a Swedish machine

as well as Heller's Saab J21,the interest started with the old Airfix Vertol for a recent GB.

20190321_111750

 

 

I saw old number 68 many times during subhunting in the Swedish Navy when I served on HMS Landsort 1986/87. Nice to see your build!

 

Cheers / André

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