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Craig Baldwin

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About Craig Baldwin

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    lifelong non-conformist

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

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  1. This is the first picture I've seen of their Eagle mould.
  2. The image is from Model Art Twitter feed, so no more details were given.
  3. No it's not another variant to the FineMolds Phantom line.
  4. This Saturday, October 1 at the All Japan Model & Hobby Show 2022, there will be a new product announcement by FineMolds. Anyone hopeful like myself wishes for the RF-4 release.
  5. My error, the announcement from this image stated it is a near future release. Craig
  6. A new DXM sheet for B/J/N in 72nd. I have ordered directly from them and delivery time was good.
  7. Yes, another release. '67 C's and '70s Js.
  8. An excellent example of when the president of the company is actually a model builder himself and cares about quality! After completing my second FineMolds kit, the F-2A, I can where they have tried to get as much detail and accuracy into every part.
  9. I recall @ya-gabor pointed out errors in the original D box artwork. And the J artwork, the aircraft looked to be headed nose down at very low altitude. Glad the artwork doesn't represent the quality of the contents of the box.
  10. Interesting I can only find this box art/kit at Mega Hobby and not at Scalemates or Revell site.
  11. Crew installing the drag chute. Censoring done by original photographer.
  12. Shipping soon for the F-2B. I did find one Tweet, not by FineMolds, that a centerline fuel tank would be included, but I have not seen it mentioned anywhere else. Shipping date is 29 July and available from outlets soon after that. https://twitter.com/finemolds_news/status/1546419021125455875
  13. Here is a good backlit photo showing the surface detail of the actual aircraft.
  14. Assembling the landing gear, I noticed a build detail not mentioned in the instructions. There is a small locating slot on the brake assembly that aligns with a bump on the gear part. Aligning the two will ensure the wheel and brake have proper symmetry and you will see part of the axle stub protruding past the brake assembly, with the wheel having a small hole to allow for this.
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