The 2nd. GB of 2014, Japanese Aircraft of WWII

Ian M

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As it says. Any aircraft of the Japanese was machine that was used during WWII.

The forum is opened and you may open your thread. Just remember, no building until April first.

S'pose I better find a victim...

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Ditto my comment on 'That's not what was in the box' thread!.
 

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Agh! I knew some one would come up with some thing like that.

The Title is Japanese Aircraft, that is a German one. I will have to say no this time.

So Just to clear it up and avoid further disappointment: Japanese MANUFACTURED aircraft in Japanese markings.

Sorry Adrian.

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That's ok, 2 of my suggestions made it to GB's anyway so I'm happy :smiling3:

Got so many builds to do this year was trying to save buying anything else :smiling3:

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Hi Ian!

A Japanese CRASHED aircraft is allowed....or has to landing normally...? :P

PS: (on a little base, not single build)
 

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hi well ,i have theses 2 plus 4 or so others in my stash,as i picked them up on sale, :smiling3:

was thinking the same as polux if a small base is ok ? :rolleyes:

the 1st is a 1.72 and the 2rd 1.48 nd i think i have a starter and fuel truck kit for both will have to find them,

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Could be an opportunity to crack the Airfix 1/72 Zero out. See how the Harrier progresses first.
 

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on a base, in a diorama, whole or in bits, up a tree or on the bottom of the Pacific. the choice is yours..
 
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Thanks Ian!

Is a great notice if I can do a not normal airplane :P

Decided, I will join on the Japanese GB!
 

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thank you Ian great gives me time to work out some think, have a few ideas :rolleyes:
 
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