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After cleaning and glueing 18 parts this is what you get:

One down - one more to go :-)

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Im convinced i bought a Hornet 1/48 for now though!

i wouldnt say no to a model in bed 

And thanks i think i have AK Neutral Grey wash i imagine its pretty much the same


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Looking great Fabian. This kit is a stunner! Detail is outstanding, if I didn't know better I would have thought it was mostly after market parts.
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Haha, imagine how aftermarket parts must look like :-). This is my first 1/32 jet and so far I like it a lot. No idea where to put this when finished, lol.
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Coming along very nicely, I think work ( sorry that 4 letter word again ) gets in the way of most of us.[rolleyes]
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This position would save space !

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Héhé, I have this picture in my reference folder but saved it for a possible 2nd build... if there is enough time ;-). Can't do this one "in flight", hiding the beautiful landing gear would break my hart, lol.
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Yeah thats true ! ... but i had to share the photo some how
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Yeah, amazing picture!
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Continued working on the main landing gear. Both are assembled and the fit perfectly in the taps of the wheel well :-)


Search light on the side of the fuselage painted and installed. Still can't imagine how this could be useful... for use inflight?

And painted the nose landing gear. The instructions want me to install it before closing the fuselage. The reason: two little pieces overlapping the landing gear base (second picture). I think I'll trim them back a little. This should enable me to install the part after painting... I hope :-)


That's it for now, thanks for looking.

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Very nice work
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That is a cool looking landing gear .. nice work buddy
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That is a cool looking landing gear .. nice work buddy
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Thank you guys! Started working on the engines but couldn't get the PE work. It's very flimsy and I wasn't happy with how it looks. As the exhausts also don't look that great I went to my LHS and got myself a nice resin exhaust by Aires :-).



After some cutting to make room for the new exhausts I did an effort getting rid of the seam line in the intakes. In 1/32 they're just big enough to get skinny sticks in there :-). Sprayed them white, installed and ready to close the main body.



Thanks for looking.

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Looking very good Fabian tons of nice detail in this kit and nice to see you building in 1/32 ( my favourite scale ) I will be following you closely on this build mate as I have a 1/32 academy bug in my stash but it's the "C" model single seater, I too have a ton of Eduard etch for it and was wondering how the parts for the engine cans would work out as they look like a nightmare in the instructions so I'm not surprised to see you go the resin route and imagine I will do the same when I come to build mine

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