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Discussion in 'World War 2 Hobbies' started by hoffe_sweden, May 14, 2004.

  1. BL@CK J@CK

    BL@CK J@CK New Member

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    Thanks.
    Today next 3 photos from my collection.
    BJ
     
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    May I ask what the micro-scale aircraft are for?
     
  3. BL@CK J@CK

    BL@CK J@CK New Member

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    It's from Tamyia "Water line " series 1/700.
     
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    Well you've done an excellent job with them.
     
  5. Ricky

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    I love the weathered Hurricane, I'm jealous that you found a model of the Saab, and I'm very, very impressed with the 1/700 planes.
     
  6. BL@CK J@CK

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    It's "old model" ( about 10 years in my collection) from Heller, I thing ...
    BJ
     
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    Yes, the SAAB ( J 21 ) is probably the Heller kit. You can still find it in the shops. Hannants for example.

    Nice kits, I especially liked the Hurricane. :)
     
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    Great ship! Which class is it?

    Tomba
     
  9. BL@CK J@CK

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    More aircrafts from BJ (scale 1/72)
     
  10. BL@CK J@CK

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    ... and some of 1/144 ...
     
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    I'm sorry, I don't know!
    I have only two ships on my shelf :-?

    BJ
     
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    FW Flitzer from my Luft '46 serie.

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    BJ
     
  13. Ricky

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    Nice model, and the plane itself reminds me a little of the dh wotsit...
     
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    I beleive you're thinking of the Vampire.
     
  15. Ricky

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    Sea Vixen actually, but Vampire will do. :wink:
     
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    Cool pics!
     
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    You really made some wonderful models there! really jalous of the Ju 88 and Me109 combination. Always wanted to have that one. Great job!

    Did you know that the germans tried such a ring around the plane in picture "tankDSC09657.jpg" on the Ju 88 as well?
    They decided to take it off though, because it made the plane too heavy, too inmanouverable and too much wasting fuel.[/b]
     
  18. BL@CK J@CK

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    I'm not sure about a ring around the Ju88, but I know about the BV138, BV139, He111, probably FW190 (?) and ... Wellington :wink:

    BJ
     
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    And Junkers Ju 52
     
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    Absolutely !
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