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Wow. That's some splendid work and a wonderful collection.


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Some terrific work here as always. That is a lot of Defiants! Are the target tugs modified Airfix kits or that odd one from Pegasus?

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Hi guys,

Many thanks for your comments. My father used the New Airfix kit and he made the modification for each models.

These are the final photos.

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A couple of subgroups, the prototypes and "black" ones.
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Wow, just wow. That is an awesome collection of Defiants!!

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wow! What a collection of defiants! Great stuff!

And your father looks like such a distinguished gentleman, sitting in the spitfire cockpit.


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Thats an outstanding collection. Excellent work.

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Beautiful work.

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I'm speechless. Utterly amazing 8-)

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Many thanks to all of you. Its is a great subcollection among others ;-)

We are working on the Mustang series but in the meantime my father is making a Besson MB.411 with RAF roundels.
We had a Dujin kit but we sold it so my father has to clone the pieces.

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Cool! This is the one that flew from the French cruiser submarine Surcouf, correct?

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Yes, you are right!!


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Cool.

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Excellent work!

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Wow, I'd never even heard of that one. I had heard of the Surcouf though :)

Always something spectacular on your dad's bench, Santiago.

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Funny how "unsuccessfully" service aircraft end-up with a proliferation of variants as they service tries to find some purpose for the airframes. Still who knew there were some many guises in which the Defiant appeared.

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