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Kinetic 1/48 Sea Harrier FA2. Grey and dirty


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Fantastic SHAR, Rene! Love the weathering!

Your model is an inspiration for me! Thanks for sharing!

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That is absolutely stunning and unique. Perfect weathering and nice photography too!
 

Cheers

 

Andy 

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An absolute beauty, lovely finish and weathering.  Nice touch with the different external tanks.

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That's super work, first class job :clap:

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Great looking Sea Harrier, really nice work

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René, 

 

IMPECCABLE workmanship  with weathering that looks mighty impressive. 

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Your   Sea Harrier is absolutely AWESOME. 

masterful build indeed.

Lovely detailing too.

Thank yoi.

 

:wow:

 

:mike:

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Really impressive SHar, sharp painting and great weathering.

 

I've given up buying resin cockpits for kits, like you say a seat and a few other bits thrown in are usually good enough and a lot easier.

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2 hours ago, mick b said:

Superb Harrier Rene. I have yet to see a review of an Aires set that says it actually fitted easily?!

 

Mike

I had a few that did actually fit but they are far outnumbered by the ones that don't fit at all

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 G'day Rene,

 

That is stunning work but I think you may have attached your auxiliary inlet doors backwards? They should be ' hinged' towards the front end of the intake, yours look like they are attached to the rear side?

otherwise , yes a stellar effort,

 

 

Pappy

 

 

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42 minutes ago, Pappy said:

 G'day Rene,

 

That is stunning work but I think you may have attached your auxiliary inlet doors backwards? They should be ' hinged' towards the front end of the intake, yours look like they are attached to the rear side?

otherwise , yes a stellar effort,

 

 

Pappy

 

 

Damn, you noticed. lol

I found out too late what I did.

 

René

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That's a stunning model of the old Harrier. Those things were very noisy they were on my first ship and always very dirty. You've done a great replica!

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What a gorgeous looking Sea Harrier. Excellent paint job which really brings it to life.

Really enjoying just looking at it. 

 

Just beautiful, cheers Bob.

 

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