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Hasegawa 1:72 A-7A Corsair II


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Hi, 

Had this Hasegawa Corsair kit for ages, had no intention of doing it in this scheme, then remembered that the "A's" didnt carry allover grey!! So, reluctantly built OOB, very basic kit, some of the fitting was awful, and other bits went together superbly!! Finished using the Vallejo "US Navy colors 70 to present" set. No weathering, which made a nice change! The decals were a bit of a pain, maybe due to sitting in theat box for so long 🤣

 

Anyway, a few pics:

51706465089_915edeb5d4_b.jpgHasegawa 1.72 A-7A 152675-3 by Jonathan Francis, on Flickr

 

51704999117_c6d6ca53d2_b.jpgHasegawa 1.72 A-7A 152675-5 by Jonathan Francis, on Flickr

 

51706464659_7eb8afebee_b.jpgHasegawa 1.72 A-7A 152675-6 by Jonathan Francis, on Flickr

 

51706678700_41f84c3671_b.jpgHasegawa 1.72 A-7A 152675-1 by Jonathan Francis, on Flickr

 

51706071848_d3dcd96d53_b.jpgHasegawa 1.72 A-7A 152675-7 by Jonathan Francis, on Flickr

 

Thanks for looking

Jon

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Hi,

I really like what you have achieved with this kit. And I love the paint scheme.

Very neat work.

 

I built this kit in the marking of VA-87, some 20 years ago and put a lot of work into it, A great little kit. 

Congrats!

 

JR

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I'm glad you built this and took such close-up pictures.  I have this kit in my stash and was contemplating using the kit decals on my Fujimi A-7A but was worried if the yellow decals might suffer from see-through effect.  Judging by your build, the decals seem great 👍

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