FREE DOWNLOAD AVRO MK CF100 JET OF 1956

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  1. GEEDUBBYA

    GEEDUBBYA Active Member

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    Hey guys,

    I was looking thru my plastic models and saw my F-89 scorpion which was a cold war era interceptor so i thought i would look it up on the net in google. Well, lo and behold I came across what I thought was the F-89 in another pic and upon further investigation....cause it didnt look right, i found this free download of the CF100 MK4 which is VERY similar to the scorpion. This even has the optional wingtip rocket pods. Anyway, check it out why dont ya. I downloaded it and will start assembly tomorrow after work (or maybe while at work lol). The Link Follows:

    http://www.vaxxine.com/scott_projects/webdoc2.htm

    lemme know how it turns out for ya'll
    GEEDUBBYA
  2. Ashrunner

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    Nice find...nice aircraft 8v)
  3. GEEDUBBYA

    GEEDUBBYA Active Member

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    AVRO CF100 MK4

    hey guys,

    After looking thru the parts list of the avro, I noticed no canopy. I may be wrong, but if there isnt one. I am sure one can be easily made. I will attempt designing one using the instructions for my F-89 scorpion plastic kit, the planes are really so close with a few modifications the cf100 could easily be made into a f-89

    GEEDUBBYA
  4. McDon

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  5. Bluenoser

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    I built this model quite some time ago. If I recall, I was unhappy with my end results.
  6. Rick Thomson

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    I wasn't too pleased with my efforts with it either, but anytime I feel the need for a lesson in humility I take up the struggle with my own design of the Clunk.

    Rick
  7. McDon

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    Rick, did you finish your own design or is it still a work in progress?

    -Don
  8. Rick Thomson

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    The Clunk seems to be more a work in stasis, than one in progress. I have the fuselage and engines more or less roughed out, but the filet between the fuselage and wings is a real (insert name for a female dog here...). As I said, I pull it out and play with it from time to time, but lord knows if it will ever see the light of day.

    Rick
  9. McDon

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    Here is my finished CF100 so you can see what it looks like. I am happy with the the model plans, just not my build skills. It is a bit hard distinguishing where to cut as the parts are not outlined and it has a light color wash look to most parts. Could be done much better than I did, no doubt.

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