Brewster F2A Buffalo 1/24 scale

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  1. deckape

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    Here is another one out of my vast collections. this is card model of the Brewster Buffalo the paint schedule id pre world war 2 colors. this aircraft and others of the golden age of Aviation show a very colorfull era.
    boats:):):):)
     

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    Fantastic!
     
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    Another nice one. Well done Boats.
     
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    Lookin' good!
     
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    Nicely done!
     
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    NICE!!! Where the heck did you get that from????
     
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    you get them everywhere, Internet the papermodel store. with the skyrocketing prices of plastic and resin kits today have scared me away. So I result to the earliest form of modeling paper and cardstock as you can see they build up just good or better then plastic. I love plastic but I cant efford it. there are a lot great plastic modlers who are going to paper of the same reason. for an example I ventured in to my hobby shop for some supplies and checked out the plastic to see whats new or released. I ran into a old 1956 kit of the Lindberg stuka back in that day they cost .98 cents Now the same kit is offered at $35.00 Danggggggggggggggg not for me.

    thanks for your reply
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    I have started going along my modelling path with these card models. Still having a few of them unfinished and many many more to start. But I have to say that there are paper models for the same price as plastic kits. And sometimes these are more expensive than those styrene ones.

    A nice work here. :)
     
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    You do some really beautiful work! Keep at it.
     
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