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1/48 Bf109E Night Fighter of NJG1 finished

April 21 2012 at 11:49 AM

  (Login BrewerPhoto)
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from IP address 24.158.233.167

Finally another one rolls off the assembly line! I do actually build models and not just sell them :P

This was a fun, fairly quick build. I built this one mostly just to get a little practice doing an all-black scheme before a commission build of the "Vandy 1" F-14D in Playboy markings.

It's the Hasegawa kit, with many tweaks and additions. Cutting Edge cockpit, Ultracast spinner/prop, wheels, and exhaust, Quickboost gun barrels and gunsight, Cooper Details tail wheel, Owl Decals. Gear struts/doors retrofitted from a Tamiya kit, with wire brake lines and Eduard PE oleo scissors, as well as other leftover bits from an Eduard set for the Tamiya kit like the details for the cockpit rear deck. Also, the entire airframe has been riveted, etc.

Anyways, on to the pics! If you have any questions or critiques, all are welcome! And check out my Facebook page http://www.facebook.com/brewermodels

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This message has been edited by BrewerPhoto from IP address 24.158.233.167 on Apr 21, 2012 11:50 AM


 
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