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Aigore

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About Aigore

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    Eternal Hermit (Life Has Passed Me By)
  • Birthday 06/13/1974

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  1. Wow, fantastic work Moritz! I think this might be the first time in all years I see something you have built 😛 You are an amazing modeller!
  2. Hmm...I used to be able to write img links into my posts not that long ago and they'd show...oh wellw
  3. Well I´m not going to sit and link 34 pictures individually so I hope you can live with the ones I managed to post 😛
  4. [IMG]https://hosting.photobucket.com/images/cc63/Aigore/DSC_5240.jpg[/IMG]
  5. Usually I can write the whole thing in notes with IMG links and post it in and the pics would be there but now the bucket has done something and the IMG links doesn´t work here 😞
  6. Working on those links..... getting frustrated 😕
  7. First off, sorry for being absent for a while...it´s been, you know....life 😛 Anyways I´ve put togehter a AJS37 Viggen from Tarangus and it´s not for me! No, it´s a comission build! My first but not my last 😄 To please a paying customer I set out to make a kit fit for a modl show 😄 I added CMK wheels, CMK reverse thrust paddles, Pilot replica ejection seat, Master pitot tubes and Eduard Mavericks on pylons from Maestro and some Moose Republic decals Armed with all this after market I made this, painted with MRP.
  8. Looking great! Love the pit 😄 a suggestion is to add curled, thin wires to the area between the seats...really makes the cockpit come alive 🙂
  9. Hey Steve! Great start on that ZM phantom! Great to see the finemolds belts being put to use 🙂
  10. Good grief, those details around the dome must be absolutely minuscule! I haven't been around for a while to check on your progress because reasons but I see you have made awesome progress! Cheers mate!
  11. Having built the same kit at the same time as Petrov I can tell that the windshield was horrible! Think I had to redo he windscreen 3 times, I think white glue is the way since its a bit flexible when dry. I used TET and that made the seam too brittle.
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