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Przemek

F-14D VF-2 Bounty Hunters HASEGAWA 1:48

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Hello. I present my last job. F-14D Hasegawa PT12 1:48, Superscale decals, Aires exhaust nozzles, SJU17 Aires, and a pair of cuts from scratch.

Regards, Tomcatsky F-14 Polish team.

 

 

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Yowza!!  That looks great!  The pictures are excellent too!

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Very nice.  I can only hope my Tamiya Tomcat comes out half as good.

 

Rodney

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Wow, great job! The weathering is spot on. If i could duplicate the same effect on my current build i would be very happy....only thing that's missing is seeing your painting technique.

 

 

 

-Elmo

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That is a very fine work on the weathering! Well done. Please allow me to mention that you have used the wrong seats. I think you have used the SJU-5/A seats instead of the correct SJU-17 NACES. The -5/6A is used on the legacy Hornet older versions. Also I wouldn't use the AIM-7 on the left pylon its more likely they carried and AIM-54 or nothing on that station. Apart of those I believe its a great model! 

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