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tornado64

well i'm on a roll tornado f3

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Dear Lord!!! Looking at that my eyes went funny - very impressive. :goodjob:

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well more done on airfeckt tornado made stand for it to go onto the base as it is to be depicted at near touch down whilst landing

also hacked out the airfeckt abysmal rso instruments and made something more like it from scratch

didn't have the patience to wait for etched brass some final bits of detailing and i may be happy

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M8 that Blue beastie is simply wonderful. well executed! Now anyone up for a version in 1/32 eh? EH!?

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I wont by the way!

Ill get me :coat:

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well back on to the airfux f3 tonka now hacking about wings to fit paragon flaps and slats ( courtessy of eng ) yes i know their for the italieri kit but hopefully will look near enough with hacking and filling

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wing gloves let in , and elevator pivots added , most of filling done , now to add the flaps and gear , will have a minimal load as it is a display aircraft

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That is some nice work. The in flight stand is great. I would love to try that with a big 1/32 bird but it would have to be some huge stand!

Keep going!

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That is some nice work. The in flight stand is great. I would love to try that with a big 1/32 bird but it would have to be some huge stand!

Keep going!

just used clear acrylic rod drilled and screwed into bottom of model , heated over cooker and bent for angle , various sizes of rod are available at model zone so can't see why why it wouldn't be possible with a larger scale

just remember it is the first thing to do before putting the body together so you know it is going to be firm enough to support the model .

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Very nicely done, great markings aren't they?

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Wow, both kits look great!! Are the Firebird markings home made or are they available to buy?? Thanks

they are a model alliance set ..

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