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Fly Models 1/72 Bf 108

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The Taifun is finished. I really like the attractive lines of the Bf 108, which Fly Models has captured perfectly. There were some part substitutions: the landing gear came from a Hasegawa Bf 109 E, the pitot tube is telescoping Albion Alloys aluminum tubing and the landing light was shaped from a piece of sprue. I have many more Fly 108s in the stash, with plans for several Luftwaffe versions, conversions (radial engine and Bf 108 A), perhaps even a vignette of an air salon in Brazil (!). 

 

 

48384215626_7d1bf4c087_c.jpgIMG_7362 by Barry Numerick, on Flickr

 

48384220421_13930f8747_c.jpgIMG_7350 by Barry Numerick, on Flickr

 

48384219421_641feca852_c.jpgIMG_7352 by Barry Numerick, on Flickr

 

48384219371_9a528654c2_c.jpgIMG_7354 by Barry Numerick, on Flickr

 

48384358132_22a6a6e1d7_c.jpgIMG_7355 by Barry Numerick, on Flickr

 

48384215766_dbc1d064d3_c.jpgIMG_7360 by Barry Numerick, on Flickr

 

48384358027_5196e53ee3_c.jpgIMG_7361 by Barry Numerick, on Flickr

 

48384215576_9697578452_c.jpgIMG_7364 by Barry Numerick, on Flickr

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Absolutely superb, Sir!

Great job on detail work (landing light, pitot, canopy framing).

And the paint scheme is an eye-catcher!

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Excelent finish!...really a great job 👍

 

Luiz 

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That's just fantastic mate. Very well done

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That is beautiful. I had to re-check the scale, and if you’d said it was 1/48, I’d have been impressed....but 1/72? Wow, that is really something. 

Very cool build. Congratulations 😀

Cheers

Tania

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