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Star Wars Day - May the Fourth (be with you...)

May 4 2012 at 2:33 PM

  (Login vbuenokov)
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from IP address 63.76.175.40

Since it is May 4th, here are a few of my 1/72 scale Star Wars Builds
May the Fourth be with you..
(Sorry, couldnt help myself)

Fine Molds Naboo Fighter
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Night TIE Fighter Diorama
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TIE Spider
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TIE Crab UCAV
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TIE SPI (Surveillance Probe and Intelligence) and Super TIE ELINT
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TIE Raptor
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TIE Experimental
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TIE Predator
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1/144th scale Millennium
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TIE Bomber
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TIE X-1 (Vaders TIE Fighter)
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1/72 scale Millennium Falcon (under construction since 2005)
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Y-Wing
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I also have the X-Wing and regular TIE Fighter and TIE interceptor, just dont have photos of the completed models. Now all I need is a Star Destroyer, a Super Star Destroyer and a Death Star.
Cheers and Thanks for looking!
And may the 4th be with you..
Val




 
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