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4 hours ago, Spruemeister said:

I’ll allow it. 

 

It’s the YF-23. 

 

Rick L. 

 

 

Vince, we're in! :thumbsup2:

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On 8/12/2020 at 9:15 PM, Mstor said:

 

Me too, but I don't know if it officially counts as a vertical stabilizer. Its kinda both the vertical and horizontal in one. Judges, can we get a decision?

 

Only when the jet is in a turn/bank....  🙂

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If it is for tailart, I am pretty much "forced" to vote for this ... (after all it's mine .... with a boatload of help from the mighty big boss up above! (thanks dad!))

If it is for tail shape nothing will beat the F-14 tail in my eyes (oh my, how I wish I could do a Tiger design for a Tomcat ... oooooooh the possibilities!)

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Much appreciated, many thanks.

Revell has the bird issued in 1/72 scale.

There's a WIP and display thread of it in 1/48 here on the forum and I am currently in preparations for a 1/32 rendition.

 

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9 hours ago, Spectre711 said:

Lots of nice looking slabs out there.

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I really like this 105. Does anyone do decals for it in 1/48th?

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6 hours ago, Mstor said:

I really like this 105. Does anyone do decals for it in 1/48th?

There were some in 72nd from an old Micro Scale sheet. But the NJ Thuds were -B models and the only kit of the B model was the old Hasegawa 72nd T-Bird release.

Cheers :cheers:

Itch

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10 hours ago, Cajun21 said:

There were some in 72nd from an old Micro Scale sheet. But the NJ Thuds were -B models and the only kit of the B model was the old Hasegawa 72nd T-Bird release.

Cheers :cheers:

Itch

 

Thanks for the info. Oh well. It is a handsome looking Thud, sigh...

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