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  1. Since there were no objections to my project in the LSP Discussion forums, I guess my progress is within the rules. So, the intention is to finish the model to represent a pre-1972 F-104G from 331 Sqn Royal Norwegian Air Force based in Bodø. Way back in 1984, the Luftforsvaret - as the RNoAF is known in Norway - celebrated their 40th anniversary, and a book to celebrate the occasion was released. The book was called "Fra Spitfire til F-16" (From Spitfire to F-16) and in that book was a photo of an F-104G that has had me wanting to build a model of it ever since. BTW, the photo is taken at
  2. Hi, This is my first completion of the year... yes, we are in december, i'm ashamed.... To sum up, it is the Italeri kit, with the Aires cockpit (which was a real PITA to fit), the huge DACO decal set, Eduard resin wheels, Master Pitot tube and the Videoaviation Mk.85 dummy bomb dispenser. Except the Aires cockpit and a few badly soft looking panel lines that build was pretty straightforward with no real difficulties. This Aires cockpit harassed me until the end as i still had to make modification in order to close the canopy. I had to remove some material and redo the 2 tiny brackets
  3. HI everybody. I'm in with the new (so much discussed.....) 1/32 Italeri F-104G. I've started the seat an pit, but I have no time (Just received my Macbook back from repair, so many things to fix....) to put pictures from the job today. Will put them tomorrow with MY comments from the build. Thank you for looking, Cheers, Jamme
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