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Daniel Leduc

Libyan Mig-23MF, 0200 Tripoli August 2005

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OH yeah Baby......

 

Was hopping that one for a long time, everything was there, all the hardware, bell and wissel etc. but didn't feel the drive...

Then there was my calling....lol :rofl:., that GB suggestion came up, and notice that perfect Angolian built a week ago.... :bow:

 

Gonna go with everything or almost, from the Trumpet kit, Linden Hill decal sheet, the hole Aires package (pit, wheel and Exhaust)

Quickboost scoops / spoilers, Aero discharge and maybe with a pilot.....:hmmm: also did put my hand on some Cutting Edge Atoll missile..

don't know if they ever used them but will find out.

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In the next few days, will definitly gonna go true Madmax Angolian WIP for some interesting ideal,

but as always want to keep it a simple build and have fun first.

 

Don't get far...

Dan.

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21 hours ago, Ivan Ivanovich said:

Great choice, subjectwise. :speak_cool:

You can't have enough MiG-23s. Just saying...

 

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Did they ever fly in NMF?

 

Gaz

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55 minutes ago, Gazzas said:

 

Did they ever fly in NMF?

 

Gaz

 

Nyet. 

 

From the beginning, the skin of the MiG-23 was mainly manufactured from cladded aluminium alloys ("Alclad") and already anodised (aka "conversion coated" aka "chemical film treated") plate and sheet material. Chemically milled components of the fuselage skin were either anodised or primed. 

 

Export MiG-23MLA (23-12A) in the nude:

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Ivan,

   Thank you for the lesson.  A recent build of this handsome aircraft has spawned an interest in me.  I like a fair few MiG's and would like to see more kits of them from the 50's to 80's.

 

Gaz

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7 hours ago, Ivan Ivanovich said:

 

Nyet. 

 

From the beginning, the skin of the MiG-23 was mainly manufactured from cladded aluminium alloys ("Alclad") and already anodised (aka "conversion coated" aka "chemical film treated") plate and sheet material. Chemically milled components of the fuselage skin were either anodised or primed. 

 

Export MiG-23MLA (23-12A) in the nude:

 

 

Yeah, thanks for the lesson, we don't know much on Russian subject and should do more ... Already planning some soon..:wicked:

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9 hours ago, Alain Gadbois said:

Salut Daniel!

 

Very impressive project! I hope all that resin fits well! Yes, MiGs are cool!

 

Alain

 

Salut Alain,

Yeah, even Aires can be challenging to put in some times.... for the price they sell their stuff, they should do more homework.

 

You know, the easyest build I did with resine pit was just like the Hunter André(Dora) is doing, 

tooked a True Detail pit, for $ 15.00 CDN. ....($5.00 US)..:rofl: ..  not expansive at all,  paint it, few drop of glue and droped it in.

no sanding, done. bang. and that was my Brady.

 

Dan.

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