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Timvkampen

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    Vietnam war, US Navy, F-8 Crusader, F-4 Phantom, Dutch Navy (MLD)

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  1. Adjusted price! For Sale: F-16C Thunderbirds - Tamiya - unbuild pristine condition: 300 275 EUR (305 USD) including shipping. First DM first served. Tim
  2. For Sale: F-16C Thunderbirds - Tamiya - unbuild pristine condition: 300 EUR including shipping. First DM first served. Pictures available. HTH, Tim
  3. I thoroughly enjoy the Daco products and it is true one cannot always please everyone...
  4. the set has much more options for variants so why not! I have the set and some sprues and it is great work by Danny Coremans.
  5. 208 pages...what I do wonder is why the Tamiya Tomcat does not have these shape issues...I assume both AMK and Tamiya did a 3D scan on the F-14?
  6. where are we on this one. Release date? 😁
  7. wonderful. Now, follow-up with the 32-version 😁
  8. 2020 when Top Gun is released...
  9. TAMIYA: 1/32 and 1/48. Problems solved
  10. So, when is this ready to ship? 😁
  11. Here's the link: https://www.ebay.com/itm/Hasegawa-OA-4M-Skyhawk-1-32-Hi-Grade/133081523820?hash=item1efc46e66c:g:~p0AAOSwN6Fc9W76
  12. Either way, it may be not so "dead" then and we may see a 48 or 32 scale Tiger appear in the near future?
  13. Dave, the point is, while this is an excellent kit, it is slightly disappointing that the cockpit area of all areas was not given more attention. The cockpit IS Fantasy Island. Check this out to kick some realistic shape into it: http://www.aeroscale.co.uk/modules.php?op=modload&name=SquawkBox&file=index&req=viewtopic&topic_id=262925&page=1 Of course one can buy AM but that again adds to cost. Tamiya provides decent cockpits and so does Hasegawa. It is nice we have them, but they could have been great with some more attention, especially with all the available Zippers around (Italy has more than one to visit I believe...). Be that as it may, I will enjoy building mine including one of the upcoming Kinetic kits in 48 scale. Well done Raymond (also love the S-2A)
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