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  1. That's neat! Caught her when the VP was in town for a visit back in 2021. Mark
  2. Best kit to use will be the Aggressor boxing of the Tamiya Viper. It has parts to do all the C variants (blocks 25 to 52). As you have the CJ, you will need to source for the original "lightweight" landing gear, associated non-bulged main gear doors, and wheels. Hope this helps! Mark
  3. Sharing my latest build here. This is Takom's 1/35 AH-64D Apache Longbow done in the markings of the Republic of Singapore's 120 Squadron "Kestrel". I used the "D of the World" boxing of the Takom AH-64D and built it straight out of the box. The only exceptions were a couple of homebrew decals to detail up the cockpits. Painted with Mr Color lacquers and weathered with oils and enamels. Hope you enjoy the photos of the completed model!
  4. In stock at my LHS. Passed on purchasing it due to the lack of A/G weapons. Mark
  5. Maybe you could consider using the paint reference from another kit like the 1/48 Hasegawa AH-64D? https://www.scalemates.com/products/img/4/4/2/109442-34-instructions.pdf Mark
  6. Speed Hunter Graphics recently released this sheet: https://www.reidairpublishing.com/decals/i7mpfh3ji911fq6bokptckfyfoa8xg Mark
  7. Hmmm. A bit disappointed that no Bombcat parts are provided (LANTIRN pod, bomb racks, bombs). This is even though they included the square PTID for the RIO station. Mark
  8. Thanks for the compliment! Don't think I've seen anyone do that particular Learjet before. Mark
  9. Thanks for the positive feedback! Mark
  10. Hot off my workbench is this 1/48 Tamiya Viper done as a Block 52 of the Republic of Singapore Air Force's 143 Squadron "Phoenix". I used the Thunderbird boxing as the basis for this build. Mainly built out-of-the-box with Fine Molds seatbelts and ScaleNutz decals as the only aftermarket used. To represent a RSAF bird, some details had to be scratch-built including the plate-mounted AIFF antennae, HMCS sensor on the canopy and GPS receiver on the spine. The model was painted primarily with Mr Color lacquers. Weathering was done with a mix of AK Interactive, Ammo by Mig
  11. Are you sure about this? According to the instruction sheets, sprue J has parts specific to the Growler. Is this sprue included in the F kit? Mark
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