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1/144 Pit-Road Eurofighter Typhoon

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Mostly out of the box. I extended the intake back a bit and I added some minor changes to the cockpit. These are kit decals, but the Pit-Road kit has almost no warning or stencil decals so some I printed myself. The bombs come from the Revell Tornado Gr.1 kit.


The kit mostly goes together well. For some reason I had trouble fitting the wing to the fuselage, and I had to hack away a big chunk of the internals to make them come together. The airbrake requires lots of filling if you pose it closed. And the long pylons require bending to fit the wing.




That stupid port canard broke off so many times. It caused me weeks and weeks of repeated repairs and repaints.




The snap-fit nature of the kit shows in the gear wells. I probably should have spend some time cutting all that away. I had to weather the belly a bit to hide some paint issues.




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