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  1. Starting off on a new build project for the year and have decided on building a 1/32 F-16C from the 64th Aggressor Squadron. I have not built one of the Tamiya F-16s to date so I am really looking forward to building this one along with the challenge of applying and finishing the 3-tone Blizzard camouflage this aircraft was wearing in 2012. So on with it! F-16C Block 32 S/N 86-0269 64th Aggressor Squadron Nellis AFB, Nevada May, 2012 List of kits and accessories that I will be utilizing for this project: Tamiya Block 32 F-16C (Thunderbird kit) Black Box F-16C Block 30/32 cockpit set Aires F-16C Wheel Bays set KASL F-16 F100-PW-200/220 Exhaust nozzle Cross Delta F-16C Stiffener plates set Master Model F-16 pitot tube, ADA probe and static dischargers sets Wolfpack Design AN/ALQ-188 Jamming pod set Zactomodels AIM-9L/M AMS Resin ACMI Pod Two Bobs F-16C Blizzard Bad Guy decal sheet DN Models painting mask set for the 3-tone hard edge blizzard camouflage paint scheme (Set is currently being produced by DN Models and should be available very soon!) Just getting started with making the necessarily modifications to the kit in order to fit the Block Box cockpit, progress on this project will be slow and update postings far in between for a while as summer has finally arrived here where I live in northern Michigan. We only have about 3 months of summer here in the north country so I take advantage of every minute of it spending as much time as possible outdoors. Oh yeah, and work to, keeps getting in the way of modelling time. Also going to be learning a new skill set with this project, learning how to photograph my work as it progresses, something I have not done much of in the past. Kirk
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