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Meteors in 1/72

These are various Meteors built over the years

 

54 Squadron F.8 from the Aeroclub kit:

 

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23 Squadron T.7 converted from the Frog F.4:

 

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64 Squadron F.8 converted from the Frog F.4  using the old Aeroclub conversion set:

 

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1 Squadron F.4 - Frog kit rescribed and detailed:

 

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25 Squadron NF.14 - the original Matchbox kit:

 

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Lovely Chris! I don't think I have seen those before

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13 minutes ago, Paul J said:

Lovely Chris! I don't think I have seen those before

I hadn't seen them for a long time either! I seem to remember bringing them along to a club meeting a long time ago.....but maybe not!

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Great builds & conversions.  The old Matchbox NF14 scrubs up pretty well shapewise I always think!

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Beautiful work, really impressive

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Absolute stunners and really nicely finished

The Matchbox kit has turned out particularly well :coolio:

Rob

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A beautiful collection of Meatboxes from a time when there weren't many decent kits of the type. There's some great conversion and re-scribing work on display here. Thankfully, for me at least, it is a lot easier to build a Meteor these days.

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Superb looking group of Meteors, I really like the 54 and 1 Sqn aircraft :)

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Fantastic... all of them... but that T7 is pretty special. You would never guess it's the old frog kit. Great work 👍

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Awsome 

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Very nice Meteor shower..... loving the 25sqn Meatbox, they flew from RAF Waterbeach back in the day. 

 

Marc

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What a superb collection. 

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Like me and my Spitfires, 109s and soon Vulcans. Very very nice! 

Got an Airfix 1/48 one almost finished. 

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Now that's what I call a Meteor shower!

Every single one is a stunner, although I do admit to having a soft spot for both the T7 and the NF14 types.

Thank you for them all here.

 

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Great work! May I ask which brand of dayglo you used on the T7. Thanks.

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Wonderful!...very nice Meteor collection !

 

Luiz.

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5 hours ago, chrish said:

Great work! May I ask which brand of dayglo you used on the T7. Thanks.

The dayglo was good old Humbrol Fire Orange, applied over firstly white, then a coat of matt orange before the dayglo.

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Lovely crop of Meteors. Hard to choose a favourite! Well done.

 

Justin

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Very nice collection of Meteors and all beautifully modelled.

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Yowzah, Chris!

 

What a great collection of Meatboxes! I bet you put a smile on @John Aero's  face when he sees these! Great modeling! 👍

Mike

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