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1/48 Tamiya Me262A-1a "Green 4"


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I'm on a roll, #6 for the year with a late start after moving house in January. This one has been on my to-do list for years and I finally got around to building it. My first Tamiya 262, and as expected it was just as good of a kit as I've always heard. Just added a seat, instrument panel, and wheels.

 

1/48 Tamiya Me262A-1a
"Green 4" of Stab JG7

Major Theodor Weissenberger
Brandenburg-Briest, Germany, Feb-Mar 1945

Ultracast seat
Yahu instrument panel
CMK wheels
Montex masks
EagleCals decals
AK Real Colors paints

 

Anyway, on to the pics!

 

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Thanks for looking!

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I love the clean look of it, marvellous detail! The mottling is second to none! The grand way you built this deserves a applause :clap2:

 

 

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Wonderful rendition of this famous plane. I think it was finally worth to build this kit. 
 

Andy 

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fantastic paint and build, I really like the mottling and you've managed to make the "black" interior look just right 👍

 

rgds

John(shortCummins)

 

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Love that, paint work is superb

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Fantastic!! what a beautiful build and painting !!  you give splendid rendering to this nice plane !! in  my opinion your colors choice match perfectly with the late war RLM  recommendations .

congrats !! thanks for sharing !! 

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Superb rendering of one of the few jets that I would consider building (but wouldn't it look so much better with a couple of propellers)?!!

 

Thanks very much for sharing. 

 

Best regards 

 

Peter 

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Really nicely finished and presented Schwalbe. Super paintwork and detailing!

 

Cheers

 

Malcolm

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