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    Mr scale32 got a reaction from F-4Phanwell in All my 32:s 2019   
    Seeing all the nice treads for "builds of the 2019" inspired me to do the same. 
    So here are all my 1/32 builds of 2019. For me I manage to finish 7. The hardest to finish was the Special Hobby F-80C below here, All the aftermaked stuff I used fitted poorly, This bird needed alot of extra care. But Im pretty happy of the result. Feel free to comment.
     

     

     


     

     

     

     

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    Mr scale32 got a reaction from kkarlsen in Richthofen's 'Flying Circus' - Jasta 11 'dreidekkers'   
    I have to say that this diarama is far the best I have seen in years. Well composed. I dont know what it is, but you made it look so "alive".  
    Thanks for posting this build Mr. kKarlsen.
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    Mr scale32 reacted to kkarlsen in Richthofen's 'Flying Circus' - Jasta 11 'dreidekkers'   
    So after 14 months on/off the 'Flying Circus' diorama has finally crossed the finish line...
     

     

     

     

     
     
     
     
     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     
    March/April 1918 - Fokker Dr.I No's  502/17 -  588/17 - 477/17 (Figures: Model Cellar, Copper State Models, Blackdog and Aviattic)
     
    Thanks for looking!
     
    Cheers: Kent
     
     
     
     
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    Mr scale32 reacted to Wouter in Revell Me262B-1/U-1 'Red 8' - now with pictures   
    Hi all,
     
    I took my sweet time, but finally finished another build. This time the Revell Me262B-1 nightfighter. I wanted to do another wheels up build. Luckily I had some pilots from my ZM He219 lying around waiting to get in the air. So I did a pretty quick build of the cockpit because not much will be seen with the pilots in them and the canopy closed. All in all it was a pretty tight fit. The rest of the build is pretty straightforward although I had some trouble closing up the gundeck. There are some pretty large gaps and steps to be filled and sanded. The same with engine covers. Just another example where the kit is designed to be build with panels open instead of closed. 
     
    Anyway with that all sorted I had to make a choice for the color scheme. I really liked the one of Red 8, so went with that one. I found an excellent thread from Mark aka 'Madmax' here on LSP: Link. He did some research on this particular ac which helped me a lot. 
     
    So all in all I'm pleased with the result. It's not my best build (had some trouble with the canopy as is evident in the pictures), but it looks pretty cool in my opinion. I've left off the external fuel tanks, because I don't like how they disrupt the lines of the aircraft. My guess is that the pilot dropped them before getting in action. Or call it artistic freedom.
     
    Products used:
    - Revell Me262B-1
    - AIMS decal 32D007
    - Master model FuG 218 antenna
    - Mr. Paint 
    - Pilots - Zoukei Mura He219
    - model stand of unknown brand
     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     
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    Mr scale32 got a reaction from Seversky in Hawker Hunter J-34   
    Hi there all forum members.
    This is my latest build. It is a Revell Hawker Hunter Mark 58, downgraded to a Mark 50(F4). A new resin tail cone and with small leading edges. Some fix for the spine and scratched F.O.D covers.
    I also used Flightpath photoetch airbrake and flaps. Decals from Moose Republic.
     
    The Swedish Airforce named the Hawker Hunter J-34. All aircrafts painted in Olivedrab. J-34 was first delivered to airwing F-18 in 1955. The Swedes used the Hunters until the J-35 interceptor was delivered to the airwings. Last flight with hunters in the Swedish airforce was 1967. Some of them was equiped with two RB24(sidewinder).
     
    Here is Yellow K from Airwing F-18 with white exercise markings. This particular aircraft collided in air with a J-29 "Tunnan"  in 1961. 
     

     

     

     

     

     

     
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    Mr scale32 got a reaction from scvrobeson in Hawker Hunter J-34   
    Hi there all forum members.
    This is my latest build. It is a Revell Hawker Hunter Mark 58, downgraded to a Mark 50(F4). A new resin tail cone and with small leading edges. Some fix for the spine and scratched F.O.D covers.
    I also used Flightpath photoetch airbrake and flaps. Decals from Moose Republic.
     
    The Swedish Airforce named the Hawker Hunter J-34. All aircrafts painted in Olivedrab. J-34 was first delivered to airwing F-18 in 1955. The Swedes used the Hunters until the J-35 interceptor was delivered to the airwings. Last flight with hunters in the Swedish airforce was 1967. Some of them was equiped with two RB24(sidewinder).
     
    Here is Yellow K from Airwing F-18 with white exercise markings. This particular aircraft collided in air with a J-29 "Tunnan"  in 1961. 
     

     

     

     

     

     

     
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    Mr scale32 got a reaction from Martinnfb in 1/32 Revell He-219 A-7   
    Well performed. Outstanding model and figurines.
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    Mr scale32 got a reaction from CJP in Hawker Hunter J-34   
    Hi there all forum members.
    This is my latest build. It is a Revell Hawker Hunter Mark 58, downgraded to a Mark 50(F4). A new resin tail cone and with small leading edges. Some fix for the spine and scratched F.O.D covers.
    I also used Flightpath photoetch airbrake and flaps. Decals from Moose Republic.
     
    The Swedish Airforce named the Hawker Hunter J-34. All aircrafts painted in Olivedrab. J-34 was first delivered to airwing F-18 in 1955. The Swedes used the Hunters until the J-35 interceptor was delivered to the airwings. Last flight with hunters in the Swedish airforce was 1967. Some of them was equiped with two RB24(sidewinder).
     
    Here is Yellow K from Airwing F-18 with white exercise markings. This particular aircraft collided in air with a J-29 "Tunnan"  in 1961. 
     

     

     

     

     

     

     
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    Mr scale32 got a reaction from RBrown in Hawker Hunter J-34   
    Hi there all forum members.
    This is my latest build. It is a Revell Hawker Hunter Mark 58, downgraded to a Mark 50(F4). A new resin tail cone and with small leading edges. Some fix for the spine and scratched F.O.D covers.
    I also used Flightpath photoetch airbrake and flaps. Decals from Moose Republic.
     
    The Swedish Airforce named the Hawker Hunter J-34. All aircrafts painted in Olivedrab. J-34 was first delivered to airwing F-18 in 1955. The Swedes used the Hunters until the J-35 interceptor was delivered to the airwings. Last flight with hunters in the Swedish airforce was 1967. Some of them was equiped with two RB24(sidewinder).
     
    Here is Yellow K from Airwing F-18 with white exercise markings. This particular aircraft collided in air with a J-29 "Tunnan"  in 1961. 
     

     

     

     

     

     

     
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    Mr scale32 got a reaction from Bil in Hawker Hunter J-34   
    Hi there all forum members.
    This is my latest build. It is a Revell Hawker Hunter Mark 58, downgraded to a Mark 50(F4). A new resin tail cone and with small leading edges. Some fix for the spine and scratched F.O.D covers.
    I also used Flightpath photoetch airbrake and flaps. Decals from Moose Republic.
     
    The Swedish Airforce named the Hawker Hunter J-34. All aircrafts painted in Olivedrab. J-34 was first delivered to airwing F-18 in 1955. The Swedes used the Hunters until the J-35 interceptor was delivered to the airwings. Last flight with hunters in the Swedish airforce was 1967. Some of them was equiped with two RB24(sidewinder).
     
    Here is Yellow K from Airwing F-18 with white exercise markings. This particular aircraft collided in air with a J-29 "Tunnan"  in 1961. 
     

     

     

     

     

     

     
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    Mr scale32 got a reaction from LSP_K2 in Hawker Hunter J-34   
    Hi there all forum members.
    This is my latest build. It is a Revell Hawker Hunter Mark 58, downgraded to a Mark 50(F4). A new resin tail cone and with small leading edges. Some fix for the spine and scratched F.O.D covers.
    I also used Flightpath photoetch airbrake and flaps. Decals from Moose Republic.
     
    The Swedish Airforce named the Hawker Hunter J-34. All aircrafts painted in Olivedrab. J-34 was first delivered to airwing F-18 in 1955. The Swedes used the Hunters until the J-35 interceptor was delivered to the airwings. Last flight with hunters in the Swedish airforce was 1967. Some of them was equiped with two RB24(sidewinder).
     
    Here is Yellow K from Airwing F-18 with white exercise markings. This particular aircraft collided in air with a J-29 "Tunnan"  in 1961. 
     

     

     

     

     

     

     
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    Mr scale32 got a reaction from Marcel111 in Hawker Hunter J-34   
    Hi there all forum members.
    This is my latest build. It is a Revell Hawker Hunter Mark 58, downgraded to a Mark 50(F4). A new resin tail cone and with small leading edges. Some fix for the spine and scratched F.O.D covers.
    I also used Flightpath photoetch airbrake and flaps. Decals from Moose Republic.
     
    The Swedish Airforce named the Hawker Hunter J-34. All aircrafts painted in Olivedrab. J-34 was first delivered to airwing F-18 in 1955. The Swedes used the Hunters until the J-35 interceptor was delivered to the airwings. Last flight with hunters in the Swedish airforce was 1967. Some of them was equiped with two RB24(sidewinder).
     
    Here is Yellow K from Airwing F-18 with white exercise markings. This particular aircraft collided in air with a J-29 "Tunnan"  in 1961. 
     

     

     

     

     

     

     
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    Mr scale32 got a reaction from Kagemusha in Hawker Hunter J-34   
    HA! It never ocurred to me. Well, Perhaps he stood model at Pilot replicas. :-)
     
    Here is the figure unpainted.
    https://www.scalemates.com/kits/pilot-replicas-32-p-009-pilot-swedish-air-force--997933
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    Mr scale32 got a reaction from Aerobat in Hawker Hunter J-34   
    Hi there all forum members.
    This is my latest build. It is a Revell Hawker Hunter Mark 58, downgraded to a Mark 50(F4). A new resin tail cone and with small leading edges. Some fix for the spine and scratched F.O.D covers.
    I also used Flightpath photoetch airbrake and flaps. Decals from Moose Republic.
     
    The Swedish Airforce named the Hawker Hunter J-34. All aircrafts painted in Olivedrab. J-34 was first delivered to airwing F-18 in 1955. The Swedes used the Hunters until the J-35 interceptor was delivered to the airwings. Last flight with hunters in the Swedish airforce was 1967. Some of them was equiped with two RB24(sidewinder).
     
    Here is Yellow K from Airwing F-18 with white exercise markings. This particular aircraft collided in air with a J-29 "Tunnan"  in 1961. 
     

     

     

     

     

     

     
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    Mr scale32 got a reaction from red baron in Hawker Hunter J-34   
    Hi there all forum members.
    This is my latest build. It is a Revell Hawker Hunter Mark 58, downgraded to a Mark 50(F4). A new resin tail cone and with small leading edges. Some fix for the spine and scratched F.O.D covers.
    I also used Flightpath photoetch airbrake and flaps. Decals from Moose Republic.
     
    The Swedish Airforce named the Hawker Hunter J-34. All aircrafts painted in Olivedrab. J-34 was first delivered to airwing F-18 in 1955. The Swedes used the Hunters until the J-35 interceptor was delivered to the airwings. Last flight with hunters in the Swedish airforce was 1967. Some of them was equiped with two RB24(sidewinder).
     
    Here is Yellow K from Airwing F-18 with white exercise markings. This particular aircraft collided in air with a J-29 "Tunnan"  in 1961. 
     

     

     

     

     

     

     
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    Mr scale32 got a reaction from themongoose in Hawker Hunter J-34   
    Hi there all forum members.
    This is my latest build. It is a Revell Hawker Hunter Mark 58, downgraded to a Mark 50(F4). A new resin tail cone and with small leading edges. Some fix for the spine and scratched F.O.D covers.
    I also used Flightpath photoetch airbrake and flaps. Decals from Moose Republic.
     
    The Swedish Airforce named the Hawker Hunter J-34. All aircrafts painted in Olivedrab. J-34 was first delivered to airwing F-18 in 1955. The Swedes used the Hunters until the J-35 interceptor was delivered to the airwings. Last flight with hunters in the Swedish airforce was 1967. Some of them was equiped with two RB24(sidewinder).
     
    Here is Yellow K from Airwing F-18 with white exercise markings. This particular aircraft collided in air with a J-29 "Tunnan"  in 1961. 
     

     

     

     

     

     

     
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    Mr scale32 got a reaction from Old Dog in Hawker Hunter J-34   
    Hi there all forum members.
    This is my latest build. It is a Revell Hawker Hunter Mark 58, downgraded to a Mark 50(F4). A new resin tail cone and with small leading edges. Some fix for the spine and scratched F.O.D covers.
    I also used Flightpath photoetch airbrake and flaps. Decals from Moose Republic.
     
    The Swedish Airforce named the Hawker Hunter J-34. All aircrafts painted in Olivedrab. J-34 was first delivered to airwing F-18 in 1955. The Swedes used the Hunters until the J-35 interceptor was delivered to the airwings. Last flight with hunters in the Swedish airforce was 1967. Some of them was equiped with two RB24(sidewinder).
     
    Here is Yellow K from Airwing F-18 with white exercise markings. This particular aircraft collided in air with a J-29 "Tunnan"  in 1961. 
     

     

     

     

     

     

     
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    Mr scale32 got a reaction from davral64 in Hawker Hunter J-34   
    Hi there all forum members.
    This is my latest build. It is a Revell Hawker Hunter Mark 58, downgraded to a Mark 50(F4). A new resin tail cone and with small leading edges. Some fix for the spine and scratched F.O.D covers.
    I also used Flightpath photoetch airbrake and flaps. Decals from Moose Republic.
     
    The Swedish Airforce named the Hawker Hunter J-34. All aircrafts painted in Olivedrab. J-34 was first delivered to airwing F-18 in 1955. The Swedes used the Hunters until the J-35 interceptor was delivered to the airwings. Last flight with hunters in the Swedish airforce was 1967. Some of them was equiped with two RB24(sidewinder).
     
    Here is Yellow K from Airwing F-18 with white exercise markings. This particular aircraft collided in air with a J-29 "Tunnan"  in 1961. 
     

     

     

     

     

     

     
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    Mr scale32 got a reaction from red Dog in Hawker Hunter J-34   
    Hi there all forum members.
    This is my latest build. It is a Revell Hawker Hunter Mark 58, downgraded to a Mark 50(F4). A new resin tail cone and with small leading edges. Some fix for the spine and scratched F.O.D covers.
    I also used Flightpath photoetch airbrake and flaps. Decals from Moose Republic.
     
    The Swedish Airforce named the Hawker Hunter J-34. All aircrafts painted in Olivedrab. J-34 was first delivered to airwing F-18 in 1955. The Swedes used the Hunters until the J-35 interceptor was delivered to the airwings. Last flight with hunters in the Swedish airforce was 1967. Some of them was equiped with two RB24(sidewinder).
     
    Here is Yellow K from Airwing F-18 with white exercise markings. This particular aircraft collided in air with a J-29 "Tunnan"  in 1961. 
     

     

     

     

     

     

     
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    Mr scale32 got a reaction from Whitey in Hawker Hunter J-34   
    Hi there all forum members.
    This is my latest build. It is a Revell Hawker Hunter Mark 58, downgraded to a Mark 50(F4). A new resin tail cone and with small leading edges. Some fix for the spine and scratched F.O.D covers.
    I also used Flightpath photoetch airbrake and flaps. Decals from Moose Republic.
     
    The Swedish Airforce named the Hawker Hunter J-34. All aircrafts painted in Olivedrab. J-34 was first delivered to airwing F-18 in 1955. The Swedes used the Hunters until the J-35 interceptor was delivered to the airwings. Last flight with hunters in the Swedish airforce was 1967. Some of them was equiped with two RB24(sidewinder).
     
    Here is Yellow K from Airwing F-18 with white exercise markings. This particular aircraft collided in air with a J-29 "Tunnan"  in 1961. 
     

     

     

     

     

     

     
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    Mr scale32 got a reaction from Dragon in Hawker Hunter J-34   
    Hi there all forum members.
    This is my latest build. It is a Revell Hawker Hunter Mark 58, downgraded to a Mark 50(F4). A new resin tail cone and with small leading edges. Some fix for the spine and scratched F.O.D covers.
    I also used Flightpath photoetch airbrake and flaps. Decals from Moose Republic.
     
    The Swedish Airforce named the Hawker Hunter J-34. All aircrafts painted in Olivedrab. J-34 was first delivered to airwing F-18 in 1955. The Swedes used the Hunters until the J-35 interceptor was delivered to the airwings. Last flight with hunters in the Swedish airforce was 1967. Some of them was equiped with two RB24(sidewinder).
     
    Here is Yellow K from Airwing F-18 with white exercise markings. This particular aircraft collided in air with a J-29 "Tunnan"  in 1961. 
     

     

     

     

     

     

     
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    Mr scale32 got a reaction from MikeMaben in Hawker Hunter J-34   
    Hi there all forum members.
    This is my latest build. It is a Revell Hawker Hunter Mark 58, downgraded to a Mark 50(F4). A new resin tail cone and with small leading edges. Some fix for the spine and scratched F.O.D covers.
    I also used Flightpath photoetch airbrake and flaps. Decals from Moose Republic.
     
    The Swedish Airforce named the Hawker Hunter J-34. All aircrafts painted in Olivedrab. J-34 was first delivered to airwing F-18 in 1955. The Swedes used the Hunters until the J-35 interceptor was delivered to the airwings. Last flight with hunters in the Swedish airforce was 1967. Some of them was equiped with two RB24(sidewinder).
     
    Here is Yellow K from Airwing F-18 with white exercise markings. This particular aircraft collided in air with a J-29 "Tunnan"  in 1961. 
     

     

     

     

     

     

     
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    Mr scale32 got a reaction from LSP_Ray in Hawker Hunter J-34   
    Hi there all forum members.
    This is my latest build. It is a Revell Hawker Hunter Mark 58, downgraded to a Mark 50(F4). A new resin tail cone and with small leading edges. Some fix for the spine and scratched F.O.D covers.
    I also used Flightpath photoetch airbrake and flaps. Decals from Moose Republic.
     
    The Swedish Airforce named the Hawker Hunter J-34. All aircrafts painted in Olivedrab. J-34 was first delivered to airwing F-18 in 1955. The Swedes used the Hunters until the J-35 interceptor was delivered to the airwings. Last flight with hunters in the Swedish airforce was 1967. Some of them was equiped with two RB24(sidewinder).
     
    Here is Yellow K from Airwing F-18 with white exercise markings. This particular aircraft collided in air with a J-29 "Tunnan"  in 1961. 
     

     

     

     

     

     

     
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    Mr scale32 got a reaction from florin13 in Hawker Hunter J-34   
    Hi there all forum members.
    This is my latest build. It is a Revell Hawker Hunter Mark 58, downgraded to a Mark 50(F4). A new resin tail cone and with small leading edges. Some fix for the spine and scratched F.O.D covers.
    I also used Flightpath photoetch airbrake and flaps. Decals from Moose Republic.
     
    The Swedish Airforce named the Hawker Hunter J-34. All aircrafts painted in Olivedrab. J-34 was first delivered to airwing F-18 in 1955. The Swedes used the Hunters until the J-35 interceptor was delivered to the airwings. Last flight with hunters in the Swedish airforce was 1967. Some of them was equiped with two RB24(sidewinder).
     
    Here is Yellow K from Airwing F-18 with white exercise markings. This particular aircraft collided in air with a J-29 "Tunnan"  in 1961. 
     

     

     

     

     

     

     
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    Mr scale32 got a reaction from Stevepd in Hawker Hunter J-34   
    Hi there all forum members.
    This is my latest build. It is a Revell Hawker Hunter Mark 58, downgraded to a Mark 50(F4). A new resin tail cone and with small leading edges. Some fix for the spine and scratched F.O.D covers.
    I also used Flightpath photoetch airbrake and flaps. Decals from Moose Republic.
     
    The Swedish Airforce named the Hawker Hunter J-34. All aircrafts painted in Olivedrab. J-34 was first delivered to airwing F-18 in 1955. The Swedes used the Hunters until the J-35 interceptor was delivered to the airwings. Last flight with hunters in the Swedish airforce was 1967. Some of them was equiped with two RB24(sidewinder).
     
    Here is Yellow K from Airwing F-18 with white exercise markings. This particular aircraft collided in air with a J-29 "Tunnan"  in 1961. 
     

     

     

     

     

     

     
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