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Moses_pl

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About Moses_pl

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  • Birthday 10/17/1983

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  1. Recently, little time for gluing, and nothing interesting is happening. I finished the dashboard in the cockpit and I made Lansing gears. The canopy has already placed, and now I preparation for painting, i.e. correcting deficiencies.
  2. The fuselage is put togeather, putty, sanding and lines restored.
  3. Looking good, nice smooth coat. Could use gentle weathering.
  4. @Dutch Attack sold all forms to brengun, watch on they site http://www.brengun.cz/search?sq=C-130&x=0&y=0
  5. Work on the cockpit is completed, I also took care of completing the elements that I will put in the fuselage
  6. Slowly continues work on the cockpit and parts that will be placed in the hull. Unfortunately, the set disappointed me a bit. Fujimi was easy and their A-6A is really a set showing the A-6E but the decal for version A. As far as the hull is not a problem, because there the differences are not great and easy to correct, the problem begins in cockpit. The instrument panel is for modification, one of the TV sight system displays should be removed from the TRAM version. In addition, the set includes bad ejection seats. The GRU-7 set must be replaced with the GRU-5. I traced the Koramodels resin seats in the Czech Republic, but when they reach us because of the pandemic, I don't know.
  7. Outstanding work.
  8. Giovanni Your work are awesome, but please tell me, what paint You use in nozzle?
  9. In Poland, where it is produced and offered to our services, we call it Biedahawk - Poorhawk. This is an economical, stripped down, civilian version compared to the UH-60M. Nevertheless, it has already been purchased by the Polish Police and by the Special Aviation Squadron supporting Polish special forces.
  10. Looking good, very nice weathering. Good work!
  11. @Thadeus It is possible that there is some leakage from the brakes. Nevertheless bigger or smaller but you can see them on almost every Phantom
  12. Continues the theme of classic machines in Gray over White camouflage. This time my next favorite machine from the turn of the 60s and 70s - A-6A Intruder. This time in Fujimi release. The machine will be in the colors of the VMA (AW) -533 Hawks squadron, stationed in 1969 at the Chu Lai base.
  13. Hello. Simply OOB kit. McDonnell Douglas F-4J Phantom I Bu.No 153818; VMFA-232 Red Devils MCAS Iwakuni; 1974 + Eduard 73051 F-4 seatbelts grey STEEL + Eduard CX417 F-4J Academy 12515
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