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Hello :)

AMT Batwing is old set , released close to 1989 Burton's "Batman".
Not bad at all but with some fit problems and strange "peeling" plastic.
I've removed all styrene gun barrels and used brass tubing insteag. Vulcan gun is from Master. Whole model is finisched with Mr.Hobby paints and Ammo Mig weathering products.
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That looks great! I have one in bits down in the cellar,might have to dig it out after seeing this.

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Cracking job, from the stand and metal pole, looks like youve built the later re-release. The original release had a poor stand but no fit problems and good plastic.

 

I really like what youve done with yours.

 

All the best Chris

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Interesting to note that when flying an aeroplane Batman’s OK with toting guns. 🤔

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On 1/18/2020 at 2:26 PM, Bandsaw Steve said:

Interesting to note that when flying an aeroplane Batman’s OK with toting guns. 🤔

The Keaton Batman kills many people... but misses the Joker with about 1000 bullets lol.

 

Lovely job, one of the most iconic scenes from this first movie is the silhouette of this against the moon, amazing weathering too :)

 

Andy.

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