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    Mr scale32 got a reaction from tucohoward in Trumpeter F-105G Wild Weasel 1:32   
    Hallo fellow modelers!
    Here is my latest work finished this year and was started late in November 2015.
    I am a big fan of jets from 1950 to 1970 and this is one of my favorites.  This is my interpretation of "Bam-Bam"  and i decided to show her with Napalm canisters instead of ALQ-71. 
     
     
    Model Factoid:
     
    Trumpeter F-105G kit.
     
    Aires Resin Cockpit.
     
    Aires Wheel bays.
     
    Eduards interior photoetch
     
    Eduards "RBF" flags.
     
    As for paint i used Gunze akrylics.
     
    And here is some photos.
     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

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    Mr scale32 got a reaction from Cicciuzzo in Trumpeter F-105G Wild Weasel 1:32   
    Hallo fellow modelers!
    Here is my latest work finished this year and was started late in November 2015.
    I am a big fan of jets from 1950 to 1970 and this is one of my favorites.  This is my interpretation of "Bam-Bam"  and i decided to show her with Napalm canisters instead of ALQ-71. 
     
     
    Model Factoid:
     
    Trumpeter F-105G kit.
     
    Aires Resin Cockpit.
     
    Aires Wheel bays.
     
    Eduards interior photoetch
     
    Eduards "RBF" flags.
     
    As for paint i used Gunze akrylics.
     
    And here is some photos.
     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

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    Mr scale32 got a reaction from daveculp in Trumpeter F-105G Wild Weasel 1:32   
    Hallo fellow modelers!
    Here is my latest work finished this year and was started late in November 2015.
    I am a big fan of jets from 1950 to 1970 and this is one of my favorites.  This is my interpretation of "Bam-Bam"  and i decided to show her with Napalm canisters instead of ALQ-71. 
     
     
    Model Factoid:
     
    Trumpeter F-105G kit.
     
    Aires Resin Cockpit.
     
    Aires Wheel bays.
     
    Eduards interior photoetch
     
    Eduards "RBF" flags.
     
    As for paint i used Gunze akrylics.
     
    And here is some photos.
     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

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    Mr scale32 got a reaction from Greg W in Trumpeter F-105G Wild Weasel 1:32   
    Thanks alot guys! Jack-->  G-factor look quite awesome, but unfortunately i have glued them with epoxyglue.
     
    Anyway, i manage to scratch build 2 boarding ladders, made of welding wire 0.8mm. i solder them in a jig.
     
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    Mr scale32 got a reaction from Greg W in Trumpeter F-105G Wild Weasel 1:32   
    Hallo fellow modelers!
    Here is my latest work finished this year and was started late in November 2015.
    I am a big fan of jets from 1950 to 1970 and this is one of my favorites.  This is my interpretation of "Bam-Bam"  and i decided to show her with Napalm canisters instead of ALQ-71. 
     
     
    Model Factoid:
     
    Trumpeter F-105G kit.
     
    Aires Resin Cockpit.
     
    Aires Wheel bays.
     
    Eduards interior photoetch
     
    Eduards "RBF" flags.
     
    As for paint i used Gunze akrylics.
     
    And here is some photos.
     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

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    Mr scale32 got a reaction from malky761 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 JMcD 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 frank83 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 Alain Gadbois 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 Out2gtcha 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 AlanG 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 pouikpouik 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 alain11 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 Daniel Leduc 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 MikeC 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 Derek B 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 Derek B in Hawker Hunter J-34   
    Thanks for the comments guys.  There are not many Swedish Hunters built as model around the world. Very rare...I dont know why actually.
     
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    Mr scale32 got a reaction from Derek B in Hawker Hunter J-34   
    Thanks guys!
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    Mr scale32 got a reaction from Derek B 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 Brett M in Trumpeter F-105G Wild Weasel 1:32   
    Hallo fellow modelers!
    Here is my latest work finished this year and was started late in November 2015.
    I am a big fan of jets from 1950 to 1970 and this is one of my favorites.  This is my interpretation of "Bam-Bam"  and i decided to show her with Napalm canisters instead of ALQ-71. 
     
     
    Model Factoid:
     
    Trumpeter F-105G kit.
     
    Aires Resin Cockpit.
     
    Aires Wheel bays.
     
    Eduards interior photoetch
     
    Eduards "RBF" flags.
     
    As for paint i used Gunze akrylics.
     
    And here is some photos.
     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

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    Mr scale32 got a reaction from Cicciuzzo in F-5E IRIAF Kitty Hawk.   
    Hey Folks.
    This is the Kitty Hawk F-5E. Ok it is not the best kit and I recommend you to have great research before you begin.
    Dont do like me and build one of the examples in the box.. You will see that Kitty Hawk failed badly.
    I didnt have the time to correct all the errors for my interpretation of a IRIAF F-5. So " see is what you get".
    The most obvious are the wrong canopy, the fins on the exhaust and the sharkfin on the spine.
    But otherwise the build went just fine.
     
    I have used:
    Gunze Paints
    Eduard Photoetch exterior and interior.
    Eduard Masks
    SAC landing gears
    F.O.D Scratched
     
    Enjoy.
     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     
     
     
     
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    Mr scale32 got a reaction from mywifehatesmodels in F-5E IRIAF Kitty Hawk.   
    Hey Folks.
    This is the Kitty Hawk F-5E. Ok it is not the best kit and I recommend you to have great research before you begin.
    Dont do like me and build one of the examples in the box.. You will see that Kitty Hawk failed badly.
    I didnt have the time to correct all the errors for my interpretation of a IRIAF F-5. So " see is what you get".
    The most obvious are the wrong canopy, the fins on the exhaust and the sharkfin on the spine.
    But otherwise the build went just fine.
     
    I have used:
    Gunze Paints
    Eduard Photoetch exterior and interior.
    Eduard Masks
    SAC landing gears
    F.O.D Scratched
     
    Enjoy.
     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     
     
     
     
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    Mr scale32 got a reaction from Basta in F-5E IRIAF Kitty Hawk.   
    Hey Folks.
    This is the Kitty Hawk F-5E. Ok it is not the best kit and I recommend you to have great research before you begin.
    Dont do like me and build one of the examples in the box.. You will see that Kitty Hawk failed badly.
    I didnt have the time to correct all the errors for my interpretation of a IRIAF F-5. So " see is what you get".
    The most obvious are the wrong canopy, the fins on the exhaust and the sharkfin on the spine.
    But otherwise the build went just fine.
     
    I have used:
    Gunze Paints
    Eduard Photoetch exterior and interior.
    Eduard Masks
    SAC landing gears
    F.O.D Scratched
     
    Enjoy.
     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     
     
     
     
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    Mr scale32 got a reaction from Rockie Yarwood in F-5E IRIAF Kitty Hawk.   
    Thanks for all the comments.
    The build was not easy at all. Please check out Chuck Sawyers build here on LSP and there you see many obstacles that you will encounter.
    You can NOT go for Kitty Hawks Instructions at all, Basically I have ignored it in total. It is wrong.
    Kitty Hawk have forgot a lot of things both in the mold and in the instructions.
    Like the seat cushion, It is not there. There is a incomprehensible plastic thing that looks like a bent samsonite suitcase.
    Cushion have to be scratched.  Please rule out the gunbarrels in box. They almost looks like a tube for a vaccum cleaner.  Use Brass instead.
    I do hope my Mirage 2000 is better...
     
    Here is a couple of WIP pics.
     

     

     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
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    Mr scale32 got a reaction from Rockie Yarwood in F-5E IRIAF Kitty Hawk.   
    Hey Folks.
    This is the Kitty Hawk F-5E. Ok it is not the best kit and I recommend you to have great research before you begin.
    Dont do like me and build one of the examples in the box.. You will see that Kitty Hawk failed badly.
    I didnt have the time to correct all the errors for my interpretation of a IRIAF F-5. So " see is what you get".
    The most obvious are the wrong canopy, the fins on the exhaust and the sharkfin on the spine.
    But otherwise the build went just fine.
     
    I have used:
    Gunze Paints
    Eduard Photoetch exterior and interior.
    Eduard Masks
    SAC landing gears
    F.O.D Scratched
     
    Enjoy.
     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     
     
     
     
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