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  1. Illustration of the incorrect elements (12th post from top) http://scalemodels.ru/modules/forum/viewtopic.php?t=61734&postdays=0&postorder=asc&start=20 Let's hope that these wrong details will be corrected by the time of release
  2. Usual stamp, without knowledge of the real history of the USSR and relations between nations However, very similar to European Community , dominated by Germany :-))) I think it was a political decision of the government. At the same time the fact of betrayal did not disappear Sorry for offtopic, I understand that this is a political squabbling, that there should be no place
  3. A bit strange to read arguments about Belenko. Any pilot of any country, who hijacked a plane and flew to another state, there will always be a traitor. And attitude to this pilot will never change, regardless of any change in his country. (As an example, what attitude will be to the pilot at his country after 10, 20 or 40 years, who hijacked, for example, F-22 or J-20?). So that the marking of the Belenko aircraft never be popular with people who understand what is the betrayal.
  4. A few other examples B-47 1/72 Hasegawa MiG-15 1/72 KP MiG-17 conversion 1/72 KP Mirage III 1/48 Heller (?) F9F-5 Panther 1/48 Monogram P-38 1/48 Monogram F4D-1 Skyray 1/48 Tamiya F11F-1 Tiger 1/72 Hasegawa
  5. A few photos of the cockpit http://postimg.org/gallery/14ni9mlya/ http://postimg.org/gallery/1cqb9zjl8/ http://s18.postimg.org/raeenniw9/Mig9_cocpit08_1.jpg http://s17.postimg.org/5znk00wmn/b6cbec2c2e45.jpg http://s28.postimg.org/dqrf1ttpp/image_24162_1.jpg No ejection seat. The serial version of ejection seat appeared only on the MiG-15, but the experiments were carried out on the MiG-9FR which was only in an experimental version
  6. Yes, of course. I've lost sight that F-111C also has a long wing
  7. I think as a base should be FB-111A (with a long wing). In my opinion, Academy kit is optimal As for the aftermarket, I've only seen this set
  8. Looked these books, but there are no pictures required
  9. Yes, like this. There is need to find a detailed cross-section of the fuselage in the place of fan face
  10. Please help me find a photo or a true detailed section drawing of Viggen's section from this view
  11. Maybe, maybe.... ;)/>/> Developers usually does aftermarket product for a specific kit. But there is another feature. If they use a mold to resin products, then the extent of wear of the mold dimensions will vary slightly. This is usually very quite a bit and virtually invisible. But if they use the mold until its destruction, the differences between the first and last products will be relatively large. It all depends on the manufacturers, how often they changes the mold and how well they have done the master model Downscale or increasing the scale way too easy to start production of a new set, but not the fact that it will fit the same downscale or increasing kit
  12. All conversion sets have its advantages and disadvantages. Could you give a similar review for Alley Cat with the similar photoes, considering all the quality (quality of casting, parts list, as far as air intakes similar to intakes of real aircraft inside and outside, fit to the kit, packaging, service, price and so on)? I think the only way to make an objective evaluation
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