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Zeenoevil

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Hi.
This is my Tamiya de Haviland Mosquito MK-VI.
A wonderful kit of a beautiful aircraft that went together by it self, as do most of Tamiyas kits.
A minimum of filler was needed on the leading edges of the wings and fusilage, but that was it. The paints are mostly Tamiya as well.
Hope U enjoy!


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Kit'n'Kaboodle

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Very nice.  Not over-weathered, either, just the right amount.  I saw some pics on Google images where the builder had added chipping, showing bare metal under the paint.  Seems no one told the builder the Mozzie was made mostly of wood!
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golfermd

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Well done Zeeno! A lot of detail work on a 1/48 model. Was there any scratch building involved in the cockpit because it was amazing.

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Zeenoevil

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Thank you guys for your kind remarks!
I´ve done no scratch work on this one, only picked out the original details. But it is a nice Tamiya kit with some good detailing.
I allmost fell in to the "chipping trap" my self, getting a bit to enthusiastic when doing the weathering but i kind of woke up from that "spell".

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