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TOPIC: Doc's COF II - Syria (1/72 MIG-21 MF)

Doc's COF II - Syria (1/72 MIG-21 MF) 08 Jun 2019 06:29 #1

Hello again,

Time to start the second Project of this COF series.

This is going to be a Syrian MiG-21 MF which was lost in the Bekaa Valley in 1982.

The Kit is a Profipack from Eduard, the decals will be borrowed from an older Fujimi Kit. There are some nice PE Details and lots of interesting Options to see the inside of the plane. Should be a fun build.

Thanks for watching. Here the first pics:


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Cheers

Alex

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Doc's COF II - Syria (1/72 MIG-21 MF) 08 Jun 2019 07:43 #2

:drinks

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"If you don't like it why don't you just let it be"
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Doc's COF II - Syria (1/72 MIG-21 MF) 08 Jun 2019 20:50 #3

Sittin back an watchin :java

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Doc's COF II - Syria (1/72 MIG-21 MF) 10 Jun 2019 00:39 #4

An excelent model, my friend!... hope to see a great job!

Abraço!

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Doc's COF II - Syria (1/72 MIG-21 MF) 12 Jun 2019 11:43 #5

Thanks a lot dear friends,


So while waiting for the "remove before flight" hebrew PE to arrive (and finish the F-15) I started working on the MiG-21. A delightful Little model, everything fits very well, the Details are quite impressive.

I have finished the Cockpit and the very detailed landing gear bay. I will soldier on in the next few days.

Cheers and thanks for looking,

Alex


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Doc's COF II - Syria (1/72 MIG-21 MF) 12 Jun 2019 19:34 #6

:thumbsup
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Doc's COF II - Syria (1/72 MIG-21 MF) 16 Jun 2019 10:57 #7

Thanks Bob.

Still waiting on those PE from Eduard to finish the Ra'am so I got some more work done on this one.

Actually the assembly is progressing well. I think Eduard has improved a lot in the last few years, everything is highly detailed and it fits rather well. I just wish they would use a better plastic.

Anyhow, the pics. Thanks for looking. Cheers

Alex




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Doc's COF II - Syria (1/72 MIG-21 MF) 16 Jun 2019 19:12 #8

Looking nice an tidy mate with a very nice pit :dude
Edward is one of my fav kit's but they do tend to push the limit on how small they go on the PE,sometimes it's nigh on impossible to glue on cleanly. :bangs head

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Doc's COF II - Syria (1/72 MIG-21 MF) 17 Jun 2019 06:21 #9

Thanks a lot.

Actually that is what I like best from Eduard PE the Itsy bitsy tiny flimsy stuff. I use the needle of a 5-0 suture thread to get a drop of glue out of the tube and with the needle I place it in the exact location I am aiming to glue. Works wonderfully!
Cheers
Alex

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Doc's COF II - Syria (1/72 MIG-21 MF) 17 Jun 2019 07:14 #10

:popcorn
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Doc's COF II - Syria (1/72 MIG-21 MF) 17 Jun 2019 08:20 #11

Flyingbabydoc wrote:
Thanks a lot.

Actually that is what I like best from Eduard PE the Itsy bitsy tiny flimsy stuff. I use the needle of a 5-0 suture thread to get a drop of glue out of the tube and with the needle I place it in the exact location I am aiming to glue. Works wonderfully!
Cheers
Alex


You will find that invisible string from Walmart can do the same ( the stuff to use for antennae wires ) .

Cheers, Christian B)

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Doc's COF II - Syria (1/72 MIG-21 MF) 17 Jun 2019 11:11 #12

phantom II wrote:

You will find that invisible string from Walmart can do the same ( the stuff to use for antennae wires ) .

Cheers, Christian B)

No Walmart in Germany anymore... they left a few years ago :idonno

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