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  1. Here is the roll-out of my Mirage III CJ of the Israeli Airforce which will be part of the Mirage SIG in Telford this year. I won’t tell any more details of the build here. This can be read in the work in progress category: So here are the roll-out pictures: And finally 2 fotos of real IDF Planes: One showing how less weathered they were - even on the undersides and being in combat - and the other one from the aircraft I built: That’s it and now up to the next: Happy modeling!
  2. hello to you all the next kit i will start is the mosquito from tamiya yes another one I hope to make a start soon on this one Mark
  3. Hello people,I'm new I'm using the early/late G6 kit to make a G14. I took notice of the Mike and Matt review and several builds I've seen here. Thanks! Very helpful. Not been an active modeller for a while, but I give it a try again. I'll build a JG 5 G14. Cartograf decals came with the Kagero "Luftwaffe over the far North" booklet. HGW seatbelts and rudder pedals, furthermore straight from the box with some very minor scratch stuff, so nothing exciting will happen here. Thanks for watching and hopefully more soon.
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