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JA37 Viggen, Jetmads 1/32


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3 minutes ago, geedubelyer said:

Great job Aigore.

Your Viggen turned out beautifully. :clap2:

It's been a pleasure following along. Thanks for sharing the ride. 

Cheers.

Thank you for following along for the ride :D

I hope the finsish-pics will be good and I hope I can have them for you all before the summer.

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1 hour ago, Aigore said:

 

Here's some pics while I ponder.

 

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Ahhhh...the saftey handle for the bang seat!!!


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There you have it my friends, thank you for patiently following this build for 6 months or so!
A few more things has been forgotten or will be changes as new facts has been recieved but I will not make an update of those.
You will see in the Finish Pictures later this spring.

 

See you in the next project! 

 

Cheers!

Jan,

What a STUNNINGLY GORGEOUS looking Viggen you have built ,with so many detailed parts, that it has been tremendously sweet and enthralling to follow your build/construction et al.

:wow:

:clap2:

She looks quite majestic and mean with it.

Thank you. 

:yahoo:

KUDOS....     :bow: :bow:

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10 minutes ago, MARU5137 said:

Jan,

What a STUNNINGLY GORGEOUS looking Viggen you have built ,with so many detailed parts, that it has been tremendously sweet and enthralling to follow your build/construction et al.

:wow:

:clap2:

She looks quite majestic and mean with it.

Thank you. 

:yahoo:

KUDOS....     :bow: :bow:

Thank you Maru :D

I hope all will be seated again for the next project....you'll see on friday when I post my first update :D

a clue is Slava Ukraini :D

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This has been a joy to follow along, Aigore. Great build and I'm looking forward to seeing the RFI pictures until summer... which means you have plenty of time to correct the position of the seat safety handle :whistle::whistle: 

 

"STOLEN SAKRAD" should face the inwards I think, while the triangular end of the handle must face outwards off the seat.

 

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20 minutes ago, Zola25 said:

Congratulations on finishing it - what a journey ;)

 

It looks amazing. I really like the faded paintjob. Really cool!

 

/Niels 

Thanks Niels :D

Almost finished :P

1 minute ago, mattcour said:

This has been a joy to follow along, Aigore. Great build and I'm looking forward to seeing the RFI pictures until summer... which means you have plenty of time to correct the position of the seat safety handle :whistle::whistle: 

 

"STOLEN SAKRAD" should face the inwards I think, while the triangular end of the handle must face outwards off the seat.

 

Thanks mattcour :D

Indeed, well spotted....I was tired, that's my excuse :P

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On 3/29/2022 at 9:37 PM, jeroen_R90S said:

Nothing I can add to that!

 

Jeroen

Thanks Jeroen :D

 

 

 

 

On 3/31/2022 at 8:17 AM, Phartycr0c said:

Aigore, 

 

Superb build, outstanding thread detail and inspirational to boot. 

 

Mine is not far behind at decaling stage. ill pop some finished photos as soon as I cross the line! 

Thanks Phartycr0c :D

looking forwards to the pics :D

 

 

 

Thanks everyone who cheered me on :D I will be back herecwitb a big scale build in the future but my current project, a 1/48th scale Ukrainian Flanker is unfort to small for this forum but you can follow it on ARC or Britmodeller....or simply start following me on Patreon, it's cheap and you get access to more than 1800 pictures from build bloggs, galleries and articles :D I'd be honoured .

https://www.patreon.com/user?u=62899518&fan_landing=true

 

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