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Tamiya Douglas A-1J Skyraider U.S. AIR FORCE (1/48th)

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Mornings chaps!

 

I little time since my last wip here, so I´m back, this time with the Tamiya´s "Sandy", as always this kit is a real joy to build, so far some pics from the beginning 

 

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Later I will fight with this decals =(

 

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Here with the fuselage already closed, no problems so far =)

 

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Well, I hope you like this WIP, and please feel free to leave any comment, regards !

 

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Photobucket strikes again... (not visible for 3rd party usage unless you upgrade and spend 400$...)

 

 

HAJO

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Nice start, what are you using for the straps?  (I can see the pics I have the photobucket plug in for my browser). Any way it looks like it went together pretty fast and fits well, you have the whole airframe together.

 

  I was thinking of getting one of these kits. I owned one shortly after they were first released but sold it in a purge at some point.  

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8 minutes ago, Hajo L. said:

Photobucket strikes again... (not visible for 3rd party usage unless you upgrade and spend 400$...)

 

 

HAJO

Damn!, but some guys can see the photos, any trick here maybe?

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3 minutes ago, Kurt H. said:

Nice start, what are you using for the straps?  (I can see the pics I have the photobucket plug in for my browser). Any way it looks like it went together pretty fast and fits well, you have the whole airframe together.

 

  I was thinking of getting one of these kits. I owned one shortly after they were first released but sold it in a purge at some point.  

Thanks mate, I used the aluminium cover from a can of coffe, is very easy to work with, and almost unlimited fot bealts and other little things, I suggest and believe me, get a another  kit, this one (US Air Force, or the Navy version)  Great kits no doubt, regards!

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   Looking forward to your next update with non-Photobucket pictures.  

Joel

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Got the PB plug but doesn't work either - it was working few days back. PB was becoming a hassle, so I moved on to Flicker few years back. Easy to use, plus you can post your pics any larger format you want, unlike PB. 

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On 21/12/2017 at 6:29 AM, trietmcam said:

Got the PB plug but doesn't work either - it was working few days back. PB was becoming a hassle, so I moved on to Flicker few years back. Easy to use, plus you can post your pics any larger format you want, unlike PB. 

So, any other option left?

 

Regards!

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I've been using Image Shack for several years, and so far they've been 100% perfect. Not free, but for $3.99/month it's a true bargain.

Joel

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