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  • Birthday 10/31/1963

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  1. I mean not the Corsair but the british Phantoms...FG1 was the Royal Navy version
  2. I wrote it here many years ago, but I'm missing the century series, F-101/102/106, F/RF-84F, Mirage F1 AND the FG1, FGR2... and concerning the jets much more
  3. Many TNX ...sometimes I believe that in my previous life I was fighting over the European skies....
  4. Yes this is always the fact building the Mosquito (and Beaufighter)....we will see...
  5. Now the wings and stabies are in place.....and I can see how big this beast is!.... but the more I look at it the more my fantasy brings me back in those days....
  6. Talking about dimensions....here's a pic comparison of the wing in the 24th and 32nd scale (Revells Mk IV)....
  7. Danke Lutz,....es hat Nerven gekostet aber ich bin sehr zufrieden.... (thanks Lutz it costed me a lot of nerves but I'm very happy about the results)
  8. the wings fences are too think in the model, so I made them from plastic sheet...
  9. Hi folks, at last after (many) years of waiting, thinking and collecting information I finished the BIG Mig-15bis in the 1:18 scale. This is the well known ready to play model from 21st century toys, that I reworked and I added, I don't know, how many new parts from scratch to make it looking right. Decals are self made. I used bare metal foil and kitchen foil to cover it. It is the MiG-15bis (early) #132 (121032)flown by Capt Nikolay Sutyagin 17th IAP, in June 1951-January 1952. I also have a topic in the works corner (I have to write it to the end...). Sutyagin was considered to be the higher Soviet scorer during the Korean war with 22 victories, but many historians today doubt it...I think we will never get the whole thruth... I hope you like it
  10. Today I closed the fuselage halves together and used some putty to close the minnor gaps... Now many details are starting to disappear, but it was expected...
  11. Thanks guys....It makes a lot of fun building it, but many of this will be disappeared after the two halves connected and the the canopy is on.....
  12. today some work on the left side. Airfix gives here the basics and I had to do some wirring....
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