Front end of the "Cold War" era

Discussion in 'Kit Announcements' started by DeWayne, Sep 30, 2004.

  1. DeWayne

    DeWayne Member

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    We are happy to announce another excellent addition to our 'Captured Beauties' page. This time we have the plane that was secretly shipped to the US, painted to represent a different aircraft, tested, restored to it's original livery and returned. Interesting story from the early days of the Cold War Era. See http://www.afa.org/magazine/june2004/0604yak.asp

    Available for delivery today, the Yak 23 in US livery will make another interesting piece to add to your growing 'War Prize" collection.

    http://www.teuton.org/dbarnett

    DeWayne
  2. NOBI

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    Hi There,

    below is pictures of my YAK-23 build by Hwa-Shing, thank you very much for his greatest build
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    next...
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    next and un-finish YAK-23 in czech camou
  5. Bowdenja

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    Boy he makes it look so easy! :shock:
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    DeWayne,

    is that you on your avatar? great avatar design, its like Andy Warhol designed it for you :D. i did noticed that there's a lot of you guys out there with real cool avatar.
  7. DeWayne

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    That's me! The beard is usually in a braid or banded when around the house. I've been working on the Hako for over a month and was overjoyed when 3M offered the template.

    As far as making the model look easy, it really isn't as difficult as most would think. Don't get rushed, dry fit and don't force anything. Nobi does an excellent job with his designs. I just started his Skoda Kauba last night and it is looking excellent.