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AMS Resin AIM-4D Falcon in progress

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Tamiya top, Revell bottom. They have different sway brace locations. The front one is nearly the same on each. I am thinking of molding the launcher with the front brace molded on. Leaving the rear off. 

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Oh yeah, baby !

 

Any chance of including the fore fins integrally cast with the body ?

 

Will design some decals for these next month !

 

Zooooom !

 

Tony

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Oh yeah, baby !

 

Any chance of including the fore fins integrally cast with the body ?

 

Will design some decals for these next month !

 

Zooooom !

 

Tony

I can try one and see. They usually tear a groove in the mold as they are pulled.

These are small, so they may not be too damaging.

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Harold Just to let you know, The CD I sent you has some Falcon Missile photos on it as some model shows. 

A-6 Intruder some Tomcat F-14B and other tidbits

 

Cheers

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Harold Just to let you know, The CD I sent you has some Falcon Missile photos on it as some model shows. 

A-6 Intruder some Tomcat F-14B and other tidbits

 

Cheers

Cool

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Any chance of this being resuscitated? 

 

I'm after the full 4 x Falcon D (bottom and inwards facing) multiplex for an F-4E hard wing Phantom. 

 

Tony 

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4 hours ago, Tony T said:

Any chance of this being resuscitated? 

 

I'm after the full 4 x Falcon D (bottom and inwards facing) multiplex for an F-4E hard wing Phantom. 

 

Tony 

I have a modified master with the nose drilled out for a lens. I was planning on ordering some clear(ISH) resin and see how it looks. 

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Really up for this - thanks Harold! 

 

Those weird inwards facing L-41/42 pylons are something I might (inaccurately) tackle just to do the Soesterburg Zulu Alert fit ca.1971 if the rest is on offer

 

Tony 

 

 

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44 minutes ago, Tony T said:

Really up for this - thanks Harold! 

 

Those weird inwards facing L-41/42 pylons are something I might (inaccurately) tackle just to do the Soesterburg Zulu Alert fit ca.1971 if the rest is on offer

 

Tony 

 

 

I started that pylon, but all I did was cut a chunk of Evergreen...it gave me headache just trying to figure out all the dimensions and angles. 

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5 hours ago, Tony T said:

Yes, they're insane. I think it's necessary to break it down into 2-3 parts. I might be forced to try early next year.

 

Tony

 

good

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