Holger Kranich Went in the trash can, many many years ago...
I think i was 12 or 13 years old as i builded it. But i definately need another try!
22. January 2013 at 15:36:13
Vorya hidaryan ja.Camouflage ist möglich, Iran getroffen? do you Think my german it okay? I start to Learning.
22. January 2013 at 15:42:59
Holger Kranich I understand the following: Yes, camo is possible, hit Iran?
But i know what you wanted to say, some germans dont speak better !
You wanna learn german? You choosed a long long way...
(Du möchtest deutsch lernen? Du hast einen langen langen weg gewählt...)
22. January 2013 at 16:07:20
Vorya hidaryan yes very long way.i love discipline of the
language.but when i love one Thing i fight for.i know kurdish-persian-arbic-english and littel pashto i want so bad add germany in the list
because i love Your history and beautiful country.german Culture are very Common whit iranian Culture.we are Aryan we're not?
22. January 2013 at 18:42:37
Holger Kranich Uhhh, Vorya... How should I say it?
I don't know if I understand you right, but in Germany it's no more common to call someone "Aryan"... ( I could imagine that it's forbidden though!)
Because of the German history, the word was banned in my personal language because I hate all kind of neo nazis and they call themselves proud "Aryans"...
I won't get in touch with that!!!
I hope you understand...
Vorya hidaryan i heat neo nazis too but We are human and Humans are different.I fully respect your opinion
but still no languages can tell about in side humans.i hope your not Bad judgment about me.language cant tell every thing.Cheers
22. January 2013 at 19:25:59
Holger Kranich No I will not judge bad about you!
You are a mate and I respect you! I just wanted to share my point of view, so no problems Vorya!
Tim Vereecke got this kit and my first airbrush for my 12th birthday a loong time ago
23. October 2012 at 19:49:31
Peter Neyens That must have been a very impressive and big cat ! I still have to build my first Tomcat in that scale. It's not a Tamiya or Trumpi, but the Revell doesn't look too bad. It needs some corrections and modifications, like the exhausts ... but at least, it has engraved panel lines !
23. October 2012 at 19:59:19
Tim Vereecke it was! I did manage to screw it up at that time. Was way too big for a first airbrush session
23. October 2012 at 20:26:41
Holger Kranich As I graduated from school, I got this kit as a present from my mom! I paintbrushed it and showed it all around and I need to get it a second time!
23. October 2012 at 22:30:51
Bill Gilman I built the big Tamiya Cat out of the box when it first came out, and managed to get a Best of Show at the local contest. I then decided to build one again, but to do some serious detail work (which involved cutting things open, etc.). I couldn't imagine spending the big money for the Tamiya kit back then (it was about $65 in 1980) and possibly ruining it, so I waited for the Revell kit (which was about $20 back then). I used no aftermarket parts, but I detailed up the cockpit, scratch built the ejection seats, dropped the leading edge slats, and the flaps, cur open the spoilers and posed them up, scratch built all the plumbing and actuators inside the wing (which were now visible), added brake lines, opened some avionics bays and the cannon, etc. I really went to town on it. But it never won a Best of Show! LOL
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