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Paolo Maglio

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About Paolo Maglio

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  • Birthday 06/29/1969

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    Riccione - Italy - North East coast
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    WWII aircraft in the Pacific. JASDF, IDF, AMI, RCAF-CAF, RNAF, RAAF, SAAF, Swedish Air Force, Draken, Danish Air Force.

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  1. Max 4 or 5 euros including bubble-envelope for air mail, not tractable.
  2. I have plenty of spares since I used DACO intakes in many kits, problem is I'm in Italy, if you can cover shipping please PM me,
  3. Also Two Bobs made some sheets for the F-15DJ seek if you can use them on the single seater ...
  4. DACO BOOK has the best drawings but in 48 scale, also some Japanese books have fold out page with drawing but again in 48 and 72 scale.
  5. anyway that is not a Pitot sensor but a cover for the lamp that illuminate the air-to-air refueling receptacle 😉
  6. Hi Craig, I have several spare parts from Hasegawa Typhoons including those pylons, will post them to you if you cna cover postage cost by Paypal, please PM and me and also let me know if you need anything else: tyres, gears, etc...
  7. Michael, most of the mods of the AJS are in the cockpit, all you have to do is to add a bulkhead over the flat black panel of the IP cover. Please also mind your kit is missing the RWR antenna on the very back tip of the tail cone, it is a diamond shaped big antenna. Unfortunately it is missing form all the 48 scale Viggen kits but I made resins master for Maestro
  8. Excellent! Perfect painting and presentation. Just a note on Sidewinders on those external pylons: those pylons were not wired on AJ 37, only JA and later AJS had them working properly.
  9. No problem at all adding Tamiya Panel Lines Accent directly over MRP.
  10. I see that they use to answer on facebook, give it a try if you are logged in.
  11. if you mean air to air missiles AIM-9B were in use, lime green for dummies and gloss white for active one. Other than that Tunnan also used big unguided rocketes for air to ground attack missions.
  12. Thanks both, actually it has been a very fast paint scheme, made it all in one day on Xmas day! :-D
  13. my last kit for 2017 is this Hasegawa 1/48 scale Macchi 202 prima serie (early variant), finished in just 10 days and painted with Mr. Paint (MRP) colors. Happy 2018 to all ARCs!
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