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  1. We take a look at a new set of decals (two sheets) from Fantasy Printshop: Euro Decals ED-32101 Very Colourful Sabres Have fun! Iain
  2. Despite saying I wouldn't buy any more 1:48 - too many LSPs I want to do - I did succumb to an Academy F-86 when a fellow club member was having a small sale at a recent meeting. And I can't resist a Sabre, so started it almost immediately. I used a Quickboost seat and Eagle Strike decals, otherwise it's OOB, and it was quite a quick build just to get something finished. The upper surface camo was airbrushed freehand. So here it is: Sabre F4, 71 (Eagle) Sqn RAF, RAF Wildenrath, 1955. Thanks for looking.
  3. Hello, This is my Canadair CL-13 Sabre Mk.4 in the AMI “Aeronautica Militare Italiana” markings of the 4° Squadron “Aerobrigata” based at Pratica di Mare (Rome) around 1960. HISTORY Originally produced by North American, the italian Sabre were produced by Canadair and sold to the Royal Air Force. When the Hawker Hunter arrived in the RAF, around 180 Sabre, designed F-86E(M), where transferred to the AMI. Within the AMI the Sabre was the first ever jet with swept wings and was used only in the air defence role. THE KIT The Sabre kit in 1/32nd w
  4. I thought I'd pull this out of the stash for the GB. I was thinking about an Argentine aircraft, but on further investigation they didn't carry the slatted F40 wing. I might do a Columbian aircraft or failing to find those decals, just standard Luftwaffe. Armament will consist of two sidewinders and it looks like two 1000lbers.
  5. Hi guys, Last Saturday, I obtained Kitty Hawks F-86D Sabre-Dog. Since it builds into a pretty large and impressive model I have some questions on cockpit details that will be pretty visible on the model. So if you know your Dog Sabres, please help! 1. It seems that aiming and firing the rocket-armament was exclusively done through info presented on the radarscope? Didn't the aircraft have a back-up sight on top of the instrument panel/coaming? 2. Was the hood on the radar scope usually mounted on the scope or was it stowed some place and only fitted (in flight or before the
  6. Hi, I finally finished my Kittyhawk F-86D, painted with Texas ANG markings. The build is OOB, with the only addition being the fabric seatbelts from Eduard/HGW. I started it in August during my hollydays, but i only cut, cleaned and glued small asemblies at this time as i was not home. I started painting and assembling it only in late august. It was not so long as i build another small model since then, so it took me about 2 months in all, but i did not worked on it every days. It was first primed in grey, sanded smooth and coated with Alclad gloss black. Then i polished it a lot with mi
  7. Hi, This is already an old build, but i've just decided to take it off the Shelf of Doom, where it has lasted for too long. Most F-86 builds represent Sabre from Korea war. So i just want to make something different and to build a Sabre in Europe. So it will be an aircraft from the 50th FBW, and i still have not decided if it will be from 81st FBS (yellow/black stripes) or 417th FBS (red stripes). Both were based at Hahn AFB in Germany : 417th FBS : 81st FBS : But it will definitely have the highly polished finish of peace time rather than the pretty dull as
  8. I've just recently gotten back into creating aircraft profiles, more for fun and to get work off my mind. I know this site hosts quite a few really talented artists and historians and I would be really grateful if you all wouldn't mind giving a critique. It would really help me to keep getting better. http://bad-rabbit-design.deviantart.com/gallery/ My thanks in advance to all.
  9. For the Commonwealth CA-27 Sabre Mk32, I have two slightly strange requests for help. Does anyone have a detailed stencil map for the the starboard (port side irrelevant) fuselage which they could scan for me? Does anyone have a decent picture of the starboard Ammunition bay open and the requisite ammo boxes? I thank anyone in advance if they can help!
  10. mark31


    Hello now my F-84 is comming a end and its slowing down for paint to dry. I havemade the disicion to make a start on thenext kit. this one will also be foild. The kit im going to use. The markings im going to use are from col.W.B.Wilmot Suwon. some of the aftermarket only the nose ring is behind in the mail. Mark
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