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  • Fantastic
    • (Login eazyprinz)
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      Posted Feb 19, 2012 4:05 PM

      Very nice work Fred - and good of you to post here too as I don't have time to hang around in all places sad.gif

      Sanding such a big beast must have been tedious - never mind the scribing, I think this would take me a few years at least

      But it's looking good - and it certainly is an original shape to have on the shelves - hmmm... I also must do something with more then one engine !

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      William De Coster / Belgium be.png / previous builds on HS : Plastic Stories

      1/72 - A-Model - Yak-1 : Part I new.gif

      Just like the perfect woman doesn't exist, I will never build a perfect model.
      Puts me on a par with God
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