Rebuild a REVELL 32 Scale F14 A 30%finish

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  1. 520516MA

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    when i finished su-27 ,first i decide to make some WWI flight ,but i change my mind because i recive this

    REVELL 32scale F14A.:shock:

    This kit is one of my friends he was finished it 3 years ago ,One day another friend give me a new decal .so my friend decide tocall me rebuild it :oops:

    because this F14 is type A,and the decal is suit for type D ,so i hadn't to make some detial by myself.:shock:

    the first is jet nozzle.
     

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    go on:shock:
     

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    That's some really good reconstruction work you're doing. Can you tell me how you took the original model apart without damaging it? I'd be interested in learning how it's done!
     
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    thx sir ,I just used TAMIYA green cover cement.
     

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    Not sure I understand. Did you use the cement to separate the already joined and cemented parts? It would be useful to know, as I have an old mosel I'd like to take apart to rebuild to a different version, instead of trying to obtain another kit.
     
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    These new cements are really incredible Terry.I use the lemon Mr.Cement one and must admit I like this the most.One small drop of the glue is enough to cement together two parts going along the long line of gluing ( it goes along the line like the cyanoacrylate adhesives).When applied on an old gluing line causes its "melting" what means it is quite easy to get these parts separated.
     

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    Ah! Thanks for the explanation Wojtek, I'll have to look for some of those.
     
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    You'r welcome.:)
     
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    Crikey! Ungluing glue.....! :shock: :lol:
     
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    Nice rebuild! doing a great job!:D
     
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    wow..just mindblowing ;)
     
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    by the way..are you a 501 member as well ? :)
     
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    DAM!!!!

    The Su-27 is incredible!
     
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