Fouga Magister 1/48?

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  1. Lucky13

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    Being one who've always liked the Fouga Magister (again, thanks to those early Airfix boxarts!),

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    I've been tempted to get the 1/48 Kinetic version of the bird....

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    Not too bad that you're not just one kit in the box, but two, so....if I'll invest in one of these lovelies, how many different schemes did you find on them French birds, I quite like this one....

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    Has anyone tried the Kinetic kit?
     
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    I've tried Kinetic Kits (F-16 etc) and so far they've been really good, not sure how they are for this variant, but I've been delighted by their kits in general :)
     
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    Good stuff mate, thanks! :thumbright:
     
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    There's a rather nice, overall red, Belgian scheme too, old boy.
     
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    This one old chap?

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    That's the one - The Belgian AF aerobatic team.
     
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