Andy Halper Awesome! Never seen the Canadian markings before.
9. December 2012 at 15:47:32
Andy Halper ...and I was initially thinking the CF-105 was a Thunderchief variant, but now I see it's a completely different aircraft.
9. December 2012 at 15:55:46
David Winter The CF-105 is the Canadian designed and built Arrow. Has nothing to do with the American F-105.
9. December 2012 at 17:25:58
David Winter As point of interest, the CF-100 has nothing to do with the American F-100 either. Two completely different aircraft.
9. December 2012 at 17:41:27
Burkhard D This is mine. OOB except for reshaped intakes and the refueling receptacle and the beacon light on the spine. Also added a section of the engine to the main landing gear bay, an arrestor hook and the a few blade antennae. Also cut in the leading edge notches.
9. December 2012 at 17:55:10
Andy Halper Cool. What does the engine section look like? Is this the Hasegawa kit or another one? When I opened the intakes, I realized the place where the engine front was going to show, so I'm attempting to build an engine front from a Chap-Stik lid and a surplus missile.
9. December 2012 at 19:25:03
Andy Halper Also really cool to know where the beacon light goes. Thanks for posting this!
9. December 2012 at 19:30:05
Burkhard D This is the Hasegawa kit. I didn't rework the intake interior, just the shape of the inlet lips. The engine part I added to the main landing gear wheel well in fact is the outer shell of the engine bay which is visible in the wheel well.
I used the Detail & Scale book on the F-106 back then, found that really helpful.
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