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  1. 1/72 F-16F from Hasegawa F-16I?

    Correct.
  2. 1/72 F-16F from Hasegawa F-16I?

    It's the Sniper pod, on Hasegawa weapons set IX.
  3. 1/72 F-16F from Hasegawa F-16I?

    Thanks, I was looking for those pictures. Sprue M is the targeting pod, available elsewhere. Sprue W's parts are easily reproduced. Got to get the Model Alliance dexal sheet.
  4. 1/72 F-16F from Hasegawa F-16I?

    Are all the parts already in the sprues?
  5. Possible new topics?

    It has been 10 years or more since the Guys at TwoBobs released the US NAVY/MARINES NSAFW 1/72 sheet for the F-16, those are impossible to find and fetch high sums on Ebay. USMC F-16N Miramar And of course nobody has done this in 1/72 scale.. Or this, unless you want to spend a fortune for Hasegawa double set.
  6. CD48115 - 1/48 AV-8B Harrier II Plus - Part 1

    What happened to this?
  7. Hi all, I am looking for the Heritage Models resin kit conversion/update kit with the different radar noses. Does anyone know what online store carries it? Thanks
  8. CD48115 - 1/48 AV-8B Harrier II Plus - Part 1

    A big YES, for the Italian one. Perhaps in 1/72 you can do an "International" mix?
  9. AB-212 ASW decals

    Turkey flew the 212ASW, and perhaps Greece.
  10. AB-212 ASW decals

    We, operated the 212ASW in the basic ASW configuration and also had a few EW variants, side numbers 53, 54, 55 and 56. These were externally recognizable due to additional ESM antennas on the nose and tail boom (bumps and lumps), they retained the dipping sonar hollow but had no funnel and sonar cable winch and reel installed. The Italian Navy search radar dome differed from the Spanish ones as being a bit wider and squatter in appearance. The Italian Navy did not change the camo until the early nineties. Until then, we had a grey comparable to British gloss extra dark sea grey or FS 595b 16081/16076 and International Orange (not fluorescent orange assome pictures may lead you to believe). I am not sure about the light greys, but they were not initially referred to the FS system, although any light grey may be close enough, however I am quite sure there were two shades of grey involved 😎. For the record, Crabinieri used 412s and not 212s. Only State Police, Air Farce and Army used the 212 besdes the Navy.
  11. US NAVY adversary F-16s.

    Thanks Kursad, again, all those decals mentioned are in 1/48 scale or larger. I am interested in 1/72.
  12. US NAVY adversary F-16s.

    Currently there are no decals available for NAVY/MARINES F-16s. There are some pretty interesting paint jobs out there.
  13. Su-33UB Flanker-D - 1/72 scale

    Not really Kotey, like I tried to explain earlier Trumpeter should have made the cockpit bulge more but in the end it flares back into the natural Flanker nose.
  14. Su-33UB Flanker-D - 1/72 scale

    Is this what we were looking for? http://www.afwing.com/images/su27/family/wing/3.jpg
  15. Su-33UB Flanker-D - 1/72 scale

    Nice work on the cockpit Ken, I thought you were going to try to replicate the access door from the nose gear bay.
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