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MartinSK

B-25 Mitchell easyclick Revell 1:72 (ex Monogram snap-tite)

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Hello, this was just quick relax project with easy click B-25 Mitchell from Revell (ex old Monogram snap-tite), how it will look when glued and painted :) ..airbushed with Revell aqua

Martin

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Growing up in the U.S. that kit was and probably still is a common feature in any  store that had a passing interest in plastic models.

I always thought of it as toy-like but after seeing this I am truly impressed.  Revell- Monogram owes you a debt of gratitude my friend.

Marvelous job on that one!  👍

 

                                                                                                                           Todd

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Really impressive!!! Who would have thunk that a snap-tite would look so good. OK, being a good modeler does help, but congrats are in order!!!

 

Cheers

JR

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That is a beauty Martin and as a fan of Hobby boss and Pegasus Hobbies easy kit's another example of how good a job can be made of kits some

consider toy like.

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3 minutes ago, stevej60 said:

That is a beauty Martin and as a fan of Hobby boss and Pegasus Hobbies easy kit's another example of how good a job can be made of kits some

consider toy like.

Thanks Steve and great option to have a rest from more complicated projects ;)

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That's nice Martin.

 

I can see the appeal of quick build kits too. Great way to get straight onto the paint job. And yours is very good! 

 

 

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