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Belgian Tornado

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Nils:
i will be following this build closely  :mellow:
i was thinking the same idea, guess i will have to go Dutch now  ;D

Leading Observer:

--- Quote from: Nils on February 15, 2019, 05:17:15 am ---guess i will have to go Dutch now  ;D

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with whom? :wacko:

Mossie:
Tornado'll look good in those colours. :thumbsup:


--- Quote from: Nils on February 15, 2019, 05:17:15 am ---i will be following this build closely  :mellow:
i was thinking the same idea, guess i will have to go Dutch now  ;D

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How about one of the later Alpha Jet schemes instead, or maybe a funky special/display scheme that Belgium are famous for?

Dizzyfugu:

--- Quote from: TallEng on February 14, 2019, 12:59:32 pm ---You can also see, its now down to one operating pylon and its lost a taileron. Not to worry

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A standard feature of these kits. I really want to see a Tornado kit that does NOT come with these extras...  :-\

I like the concept and the paint scheme! Will certainly look nice in that three-tone wraparound scheme.  :thumbsup:

If it goes together...  :rolleyes:

Dizzyfugu:

--- Quote from: kitbasher on February 15, 2019, 05:08:25 am ---
--- Quote from: TallEng on February 15, 2019, 04:19:54 am ---
--- Quote from: McColm on February 14, 2019, 11:06:10 pm ---What scale is that?

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It's the 1/72 Revell Tornado, first released in 1998!!!

Regards
Keith

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Is that the one also kitted by Italeri?

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No. It's rather the other way around: the Italeri mold was also distributed by Revell (and Tamiya, too?), and AFAIK the Revell 1998 mold has just be released under the Revell label. Best way to tell the kits apart is the separate cockpit section of the Revell kit (split vertically).

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