Finished Shots of Each Build

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  1. lesofprimus

    lesofprimus Active Member

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    In lieu of the completion of our 6th WorldWar2Aircraft.net Group Build, I present the completed kits...

    With this Build, we had 17 completed models from 12 Members....

    Congratulations to all the finishers and participants... It was a great Build with a HUGE amount of research and detailing going into these kits...

    Jamierd : F15 Eagle of 318 FIS McChord AFB Washington State
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    magnu : A10 Thunderbolt II USAC systems command
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    Vic Balshaw : F-100D Super Sabre – 511th FBG, 405th FBW
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    Airframes : MiG 21PF 'Fishbed D' Moscow Area PVO Fighter Regiment, 1967
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    T-Bolt : XF-85 Goblin. Parasite Fighter Prototype
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    viking Berserker : Ja 37 Saab Viggen (Jaktviggen) of F 13 Norrköping
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    Lucky13 : A-1J Skyraider, AK-501, VA-145, USS Intrepid, summer of '67
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    Lucky13 : A-1H Skyraider, 1st SOS, 56th SOW, Nakhon Phanom RTAFB April 1970
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    Catch22 : F-4N NK100 (CAG) of VMFA-323, 1980
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    Catch22 : F-8E, WS15 of VMF(AW)-323 "Death Rattlers", Operation Green Wave
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    Vic Balsaw : 1/48 RF-8A Crusader – VFP-62 Operation "Blue Moon" 1962
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    Vic Balsaw : F-8E (FN) Crusader – French Aèronavale
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    Rochie : A10 A Thunderbolt II in the colours of the 74th TFS
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    Tony B : Mig-17F 'Fresco' NVAF Vietnam 1968
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    TonyB : F7U-3M Cutlass USN VX-4 'Evaluators' circa 1955
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    T-Bolt Jr : MiG-15bis. DDR Air Force August 1957
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    Dirkpitt289 : SR-71 Blackbird 17978, Rapid Rabbit
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  2. Crimea_River

    Crimea_River Well-Known Member

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    Oh, man, this is so hard. The calibre of these builds is excellent and everyone deserves a nod. I'm going to need some time on this.
     
  3. Aaron Brooks Wolters

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    :shock: Stupendous work folks!!!!:thumbright: :cool: I'm glad I don't have the chore of judging this group!
     
  4. Njaco

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    Cheez, each GB gets better and better!!! This is tough!
     
  5. Vic Balshaw

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    Going to have to ponder this one a while, there all so damn good. Can I not give a 1/17th of a point to each one??????????????????.......................sorry, 1/14th, got to leave mine out.:):):)
     
  6. Wayne Little

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    Yep, some excellent finished models.Well Done Guys!
     
  7. Gnomey

    Gnomey World Travelling Doctor
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    Great stuff guys! Going to be a hard choice.
     
  8. Airframes

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    Great stuff guys. Now you know why the judging can take so long !!
     
  9. Wildcat

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    Wow, what a great selection of models! Well done everyone.
     
  10. P40NUT

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    Great group of models. Very well done guys.
     
  11. HealzDevo

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    I didn't see anyone do a model of the B-36 Peacemaker which was mainly used during the Cold War as an Intelligence platform due to how far this thing could fly. This thing could fly from bases in Alaska half-way across the Soviet Union according to some sources I have seen and act as a scaled up B-29 Stratofortress, that could fly high enough to be untouchable at the time...
     
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