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Cobra Français (Eduard 1:48 P-39Q)


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Hello guys, this is one of 2 kits I managed to completenew year's eve. Eduard's well known P-39 kit wirh Eduard's steel seatbelts. Gunze paints were used.

 

Thanks for looking!

 

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2 minutes ago, neil5208 said:

P39L/M profipack

 

 

Ooo great! Must be boxing numbered 8066. If I were you I wud build profile B,the one flown in Tunisia. Please keep us updated while you build it.

 

Byway, I forgot to thank you for your kind words :)

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I do like the P-39 in either French or Italian Air Force colour schemes. This is a particularly nice rendition.

 

Well Done, Sir !

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5 minutes ago, Tiger331 said:

I do like the P-39 in either French or Italian Air Force colour schemes. This is a particularly nice rendition.

 

Well Done, Sir !

 

thanks a lot  Tiger! I am honored with your words.

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41 minutes ago, Gary Brantley said:

Very nice work indeed! :clap2:  Thanks for sharing her with us here!   😀

It was a pleasure for me. Thanks for mind words.

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Perfect looking Cobra.

Those French roundels looks really good on it. Also i like very much color difference on different surfaces, very nice and effective.

Regards Djordje

 

 

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16 minutes ago, djos said:

Perfect looking Cobra.

Those French roundels looks really good on it. Also i like very much color difference on different surfaces, very nice and effective.

Regards Djordje

 

 

Hvala mnogo / thanks  lot!

7 minutes ago, fubar57 said:

Beauty. Love to see different markings on aircraft

 

Thank you very much Fubar.

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6 hours ago, Serkan Sen said:

Beautiful aircraft with great finish...

I have to agree! I'm especially impressed with the masking and finish on the clear parts. Truly superb!

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