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Craig Baldwin

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    Laval, QC
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    Your joking, right?!?!?

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  1. It's all starting to have a Pokemonish feeling about it.............
  2. Fuselage half and intake. February is fast approaching.
  3. @BillS Thanks Bill, so many nuances in modelling the F-4 make building the subject a joy for us. 👍
  4. Possibly the definitive build may be this one...... http://soyuyo.main.jp/f4e/f-4e-2.html#last People can't seem to take their eyes off the Phantoms rear end!!!
  5. Seems I have too much time on my hands today. Two more pictures of 87-8407 from 1982 found on @TROUT92241176's Twitter feed. Appears I've been bitten by a Shark, and the only remedy is to build!!!
  6. Looks like the decal sheet for 72737 has the light grey behind all those stencils to give an accurate representation. Mine is en route now and looking forward to this release.
  7. A breakdown of the main parts. @GeneK already has this kit modified to a B but time will tell how a swap of Hasegawa parts will work. Hopefully that long snake of an intake will be easy to hide any seams.
  8. From seeing comments on the speed brake inside colour, white was used in initial production and the blue was applied post-production maintenance. I have not researched the differences but inside that Model Art Profile 7 would likely have the answers.
  9. You can build and finish a kit in entirely with Tamiya products. Their quality is top shelf and prices I think are reasonable considering the value for dollar. Any Hobby Shops near you? Tamiya's entire line are rarely carried by many shops. I've struggled with some of the different types of paints and now going back to Mr Color as it is getting easier to find again for me. Good Luck, Happy Modelling.
  10. Inside colour difference of the speed brakes blue vs white. Although one aircraft if an A the other a B.
  11. Oh such a joyous sight. Google's translation left out the dates that Finemolds provided but from the looks of all those boxes I would say things are looking on time, December 13th.
  12. Thank you @Bob Beary and @Inquisitor for those notes. I had only purchased one other DXM decal before but not used them yet. Since these were made for the Hasegawa kit, I expect some hiccups.
  13. My DXM decals arrived yesterday and look to be an outstanding addition to this kit, a small correction decal was included. The small stencils are included but only enough for one aircraft and are printed by Cartograf. The Finemolds decals will likely be the standard well printed but thick style we have become accustomed to. I am not sure if DXM do reprints so if your heart is set on them don't wait too long.
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