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  1. Hi everybody, when I retired from business, in early 2008, I resumed my old hobby and started building plastic model kits in 1:32 scale. From the beginning I concentrated on props, with two significant exceptions: A Canadair CL-13 under Italian flag done in 2009 and Thunderjet, still under construction. Then last Summer, I had the opportunity to read the very nice book on Robin Olds and decided that the F-4C will be my first "modern" jet. Some details on what I've done so far in the next post. Alberto
  2. Well, off on a new modeling project and work is underway on the Tamiya F-4C/D kit. My subject is Robin Olds F-4C, SCAT XXVII which was a early block C production aircraft and along with multiple corrections that need to be made to the older Tamiya kit to bring it up to standards, the cockpit was a good starting point. I am using the 1/32 early F-4C cockpit produced by GT Resin as it does correctly depict the early cockpit along with the correct Martin Baker Mk.5 ejection seats and not the Mk.7 version that is included in most other replacement sets that are available. Detail is very good, castings were a bit rough but fit was very good and is a direct replacement for the kits cockpit which meant no griding and sanding to make it fit. Painting is about complete on the cockpit tub, other than the ejection seats, and moving on to replace the kits intakes with resin seamless versions and starting correction/detail work on the tail and stabilizers. [/uR [/u[/ [/uR [/ URL]L]URL]RL]L]