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One of the most interesting airplanes for people who like strong weathering.
F-4E Phantom II Hellenic Air Force Tamiya 1:32, model made of course straight from the box so it may not be an ideal reproduction of the F-4E HAF.
The Tamiya set is probably well known to everyone. In short it's realy good set.
Greek planes can be very heavily exploited, which makes them a great material for modelers.

 

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Brilliant work. Love the contrast of the old battered look and the freshly applied anniversary markings on tail and tanks. Well done!

 

Rgds,

 

Rob

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That looks great - really eye-catching, and as mentioned above the contrast between the weathered parts and the new paint job is really nice.

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Very, very nice! I love a Greek Phantom.

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fantastic build! do you know what would be required to make a real E of it? i guess the kit used was the EJ!?

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What an absolutely beautiful build

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That is truly fab! I can attest to the 'look' of the HAF jets and there were many even more faded than this! Very nice indeed.

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Nice result Koralik (as always)! :clap2:

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