Hello, everyone! Today I am presenting to you the Buck Rogers Thunderfighter by Martin Sänger. My jaw dropped onto the floor (and stayed there for quite some time) when I found this masterpiece on Martin's PaperAviation website. I have been a very big BSG and Buck Rogers fan for many years, and I never thought that a paper model could be that great. It has many small parts and assembly is sometimes tricky, but if you follow the instructions carefully you will get an outstanding piece of art. Due to its superb detailing and texturizing this bird is a real alternative to the hard-to-find and impossible-to-afford plastic model kit from Monogram (it even is the same scale). Meanwhile Martin outdid himself again by creating the Colonial Shuttle from the classic BSG (which made me freeze again in front of my PC screen). The Buck Rogers series from 1979 features two variants of the starfighter, the old starfighter from the episode "Happy Birthday, Buck" and a four-seater. I am currently designing the parts necessary to build them. I will keep you posted on this in a new thread, of course. In the meantime, enjoy the pics! Links: You will find the BR Starfighter (aka Thunderfighter) paper model here: http://www.paperaviation.de/Thunderfighter/thunderfighter.html . Pics of the old starfighter and the four-seater filming miniatures: http://www.modelermagic.com/?p=15906 and http://www.universalhartland.com/code/buck003t.shtml .