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drhornii, that is the best reason to build a model. Very nice. :cop:

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drhornii, that is the best reason to build a model. Very nice. :rofl:

Yep, agreed. A priceless moment giving the models to him.

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This is really awesome!!

i like this Huey!! very much!

and the snake is really amazing 2 !!

great!

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Awesome builds man, and definitely the perfect reason to build them. The finished builds are gorgeous.

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Finished at 2300hrs last night Australian time is my 1/48 Trumpeter SA365N Dauphin (Japanese DOM Rescue kit) converted to AS365N3 Dauphin 2 specs of the Victoria Police Force (Australia). This is the last of my Helo builds for a little while as I'm now concentrating on my F111C for that GB so I hope you like the final product. A full build detail can be found at:

http://www.arcforums.com/forums/air/index....howtopic=157380

I must say also that the previous builds on this forum have been outstanding. Well done!

Regards

Andrew B)

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heres my 1/35 UH-1C

finished in a very dirty squema in vietnam theme

i was trying to simulate this C used as a provide suplys to other vietnam areas

thats why it have amo dryms M-60s and things inside.

not a contest winner :thumbsup: but its a Huey i love it

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Bonus Shot

this is my 1st CAVALRY DIV. Stand

this flag is very special to me one of the reason is cause its a birthday present from y GF

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Very nice dauphin!!

good good job!

Thanks Charles,

Your Huey looks great too! Ever considered doing an Aussie Bushranger to go with your collection of Vietnam era choppers?

Regards

Andrew

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This one is done.

Iteleri 1/48 Chinook done as a Canadian CH-147. I taught a LtCol how to drive our new (back then) Iltis in the back of this helicopter.

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This one lets you know how BIG the Chinook was, when compared to the Huey and Kiowa from the last helicopter group build a couple years back.

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Also my second helicopter for this group build:

Basic kit was the Dragon UH-1N kit in 1:35 , which i converted into a Bell 412 of Helitalia. More details can be found in the GB-section.

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Hope you like what you see

Greetings from Austria

Michael

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Also my second helicopter for this group build:

Basic kit was the Dragon UH-1N kit in 1:35 , which i converted into a Bell 412 of Helitalia. More details can be found in the GB-section.

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Hope you like what you see

Greetings from Austria

Michael

Beautiful build. Nice and clean with great attention to detail. Love that interior! :worship:

mason

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My finished MH-60S from HSC-28 "Dragon Whales" while on a detachment to the hospital ship USNS Comfort:

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Phil

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My finished MH-60S from HSC-28 "Dragon Whales" while on a detachment to the hospital ship USNS Comfort:

Phil

Looks great, like the scratchbuilding and decals. Very inspirational, thinking about attempting it in 48th.

Great build.

mason

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