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Tony Edmundson

1/72 HobbyCraft CF100 'Bald Eagles 1960

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I used an Obscureco detail set and Canuck decals for the 3 AW(F) OTU 'Bald Eagles' team from 1960 at RCAF Station cold Lake

 

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Excellent model of this rare beast! NMF finish is simply excellent! Technique worked very well to highlight panel joints!

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Very nicely done. A type that ought to be re done perhaps by someone like Special Hobby.

 

cheers

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Very nicely done indeed. Call me odd, but I rather like the lines of the CF-100. Wish someone would produce a kit in 1/48 scale.

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6 minutes ago, SAT69 said:

Very nicely done indeed. Call me odd, but I rather like the lines of the CF-100. Wish someone would produce a kit in 1/48 scale.

Hobbycraft did make one but they are rare now. I do have one that needs to be rebuilt.

Nice Clunk, the Odsecuro parts sure help the old kit out.

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Superb 

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Nice to see another Hobbycraft Clunk. An under appreciated kit for sure.

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Cool........

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Lovely looking Clunk Tony - very convincing

 

Cheers

 

Malcolm

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Your efforts have paid handsome rewards with this well represented Canuck!!!!! :clap2:

 

Mike

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Nice that Tony, your NM finish is really good. I'm guessing this is a Mk IV? I've two HB CF-100s, a Mk V to do a Belgian camo'd one & a Mk IV before I knew the difference. :( Seeing yours, I might have to try to do something with the Mk IV too instead of moving it on.

Steve.

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Great job on the Canuck, very realistic finish !

 

Wulfman

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I finally found your RFI, Tony.  Beautiful 'Clunk'.  Gotta love that NMF!

 

Scott

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That looks very sharp!

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You don't see many of these, very nicely done!

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