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F-104c for John


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So here you go John, the white overspray is mr.surfacer just misted over the sanded areas to allowed me to see imperfections. Tail was sanded thin nd upper inner cavity filled. Intakes were hollowed and filled (white Tamiya putty). 

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Lots of work there Martin. I hate to but I think I'll pass. I have the '104G/S kit so all I really need to make a "C" out of it is the right tail (as far as I know). Too bad but I'm not in any hurry to build it. Still a very long way to go on the P-63C.

Thanks anyway for the offer.

John

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What I think I will wind up doing is selling the one I have and then getting a "C". I have a partial cockpit set complete with seat that Harold at AMS sent to me so I'm good on that count. I just prefer to make it my own complete build. Why don't you go on and finish yours? You have done a lot of work there and it's a shame to waste it. :)

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2 hours ago, Martinnfb said:

I simply don't like to scribe into silver plastic. also there's the new Italeri kit that is much better starting point then Hasegawa.

I didn't know Italeri had a new 1/32 '104C. I'll have to check it out. :)

I think this is the one I want to get. Certainly not cheap.

 

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7 hours ago, JohnB said:

I didn't know Italeri had a new 1/32 '104C. I'll have to check it out. :)

I think this is the one I want to get. Certainly not cheap.

 

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I did that one...  a nice kit....  Though, much of the fuselage detail is rather trench like.

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