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Tim's 1/72 FGA.9
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PostPosted: February 1st, 2018, 5:41 pm 
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After finishing my build for the Krap Kits GB I thought I'd move on to something nicer in the shape of a Revell 1/72 Hunter FGA.9. :grin:

ImageDSCF9272 by timothy jones, on Flickr

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Tim's 1/72 FGA.9
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Oh yes, the best Hunter kit in 1/72. Looking forward to this.

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Welcome aboard. I have one of these in the tobuild pile so am watching with interest.

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What are you thinking for the scheme Tim?

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Indeed, Revell's Hunters are probably the best in the scale. There's plenty of choices on that decal sheet by the looks!

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JamesPerrin wrote:
What are you thinking for the scheme Tim?


I was thinking of doing it as per the box art.


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