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Features complete cockpit, removable wing panels showing machine guns and ammo belts, rotating wheels and prop and detailed gear wells. Nicely done kit for the time with fine raised details, crew of four, optional position landing gear and clear display stand. The kit has never been started. Inventoried with all plastic parts and instructions. Also the instructions are photocopies.
NATO TIGER MEET 2016 / Eurofighter Typhoon / Ala 14 1/72
Lindberg is a company with a fascinating history The original 'Lindberg Line' stretches back to the s when Paul Lindberg drew plans for famous modeling magazines and marketed his balsa wood 'stick and tissue' by urging dealers to carry the ' After the war, Lindberg and Olsen had a strong hand in early United States injection molded kit development. Please see the article located on this website about early USA plastic kit manufacturers. Hardbox 'S' kit with fantastic artwork.
Features pilot figure, optional position cabin door, rotating propellers and wheels, optional position landing gear, passenger boarding stairs, full color Swissair decals and Revell 'globe' base swivel stand. The instructions have a Swissair route map and a large photo of a Swissair crew in the cockpit of the DC Can be built one of three ways and includes many optional parts.
Features detailed engine, engine compartment, opening trunk, full interior, rotating wheels, exhaust and underside detail.
Molded in white, clear, red tinted clear and chrome plate. With two complete sets of rubber tires. I will also use the Syhart orange pearl paint.
The scheme is seen here The model was simply assembled as per instructions. I ensured that the upper fuselages halves were glued first without any ridge i the middel to avoid filling and sanding.
The intake lights 62 and 63 should be a bit adapted by cutting off the forward flenges. The little stubs for the ECM pod can also be removed from intake halve The F MLU also got some stiffener re-enforcement plates on the upper fuselage for strengthening the airframe during the update.
Note that these plates may differ depending on the specific block and maintenance done per air force and even individual F Assembly went on quickly with hardly any filler. No pylons nor stores will be fitted. A base grey coat was airbrushed to check for any flaws. When OK, following the paint instructions, first a couple of coats of orange was airbrushed using the Revell Aqua 30 Orange as an underlying base coat.
When dried, next followed the special Syhart SH orange pearl paint.
NATO TIGER MEET / Eurofighter Typhoon / Ala 14 1/72
This needs only a few airbrushed coats to cover because of the orange Revell undercoat. The overall model was left to dry for 72 hours. The orange areas were masked to airbrush the forward fuselage to the exact black pattern with the black paint using Tamiya X18 gloss black.
For the wing edges, decals from Revell are provided so this is much easier to be done later. The result is seen here Note that the tail will be fitted later on.
The gloss paint is good as base for the decals. This was done and it took about 3 hours to get all the Syhart decals and a few Revell used decals in place. The decals have accurate dimensions, but sometimes I cut a decal is several parts to ensure a good fit.
Plenty of DACO decals setting solution, the "strong one", was also used to persuade the decals to get onto the surfaces.
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The results are good. Note that I used the Revell roundel decals. The final assembly of the smaller parts was as per instructions but please note: The MLU type stiffener plates on the upper fuselage was handpainted with a fine brush in orange.
This is always seen in a F canopy. For the MLU, in addition a tiny stretched sprue rod was added in the left mid section, this is the helmet cueing position sensor.
There are variations seen and often with no fins. The seat was simply fitted in the cockpit as well as some decals for the side consoles and instruments. The model now got a gloss varnish coat, this will give an even sheen and will protect the decals.
The canopy frames were hand painted gloss black with a fine paint brush.