Lindberg lockheed F-94C Starfire 1/48 scale

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  1. deckape

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    Ahoy Fellas
    Here is a build I just finished up on I done this one on you tube This a cheap Lindberg kit I had in my Stash for some time one of the You Tube members put together a 1950 cold war jet aircraft group build similar to the builds here, I covered this in Reynolds wrap aluminum foil same as the Monogram P-51 nose Art Group Build. to say the least about the kit in general is that it is junk... LOLlllllllllllll Funny thing about it is that when I was a boy I thought these kits were tops, Back then there was not much out there other then monogram Revell Aroura and comet you were lucky you got what you got and no nit picking about how un accurate the kits were. This kit is old bones the aluminum foil polishes the kit without it it would be as bland as hospital food. Here is the mighty Starfire.

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    Cool one Boats. Some serious rivets getting covered up there!
     
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    Yep, That is a tough one. Congrats on putting lipstick on it!
     
  4. Airframes

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    Boats borrowed the lipstick from Jan, I think .....
    Good job on a rough old kit Boats.
     
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    Good works Boats!
     
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    Patience !
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    Wow... great work, Boats. As always, you impress.
     
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    I was O.k. with mine, until I pulled the parts out of the box.
    Then after contemplating them for a while, I slid them back in.
     
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    Hey I own moving boxes full of those kinds of kits! :lol:
     
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