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reggie78usmc

RAF 29 Squadron Eurofighter Typhoon FGR4 1/72

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Your pictures remind me of Batman with their jaunty angles :confused:

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Looks superb! Very nicely finished that. 

Nice tunic in the background too - respect. 🇺🇸 

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2 hours ago, mackem01 said:

Great finish. How did you highlight the panels. Great job.

Tamiya black panel liner 

1 hour ago, Lord Riot said:

Looks superb! Very nicely finished that. 

Nice tunic in the background too - respect. 🇺🇸 

Thank You!

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I like that a lot, nice done.

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nice build !  

 

To be strictly accurate you need to take the IRIS-T missiles off  the outer pylons as the RAF don't use them .

 

Selwyn

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Great looking build!  Nice smudge of exhaust from the APU as well.  I thought it was the Revell kit at first. How did the Hasegawa go together?

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3 hours ago, Selwyn said:

nice build !  

 

To be strictly accurate you need to take the IRIS-T missiles off  the outer pylons as the RAF don't use them .

 

Selwyn

Thanks, I didn't know that being a yank.  haha

3 hours ago, Troffa said:

Great looking build!  Nice smudge of exhaust from the APU as well.  I thought it was the Revell kit at first. How did the Hasegawa go together?

alot better and more accurate than the revell/italeri one 

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