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Piotr Sarniński-Górecki (Psar77)
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CVW-2 at OIF
F-14D VF-2 & F/A-18C VMFA-323

Diorama with F-14D from VF-2 Bounty Hunters and F/A-18C VMFA-323 Death Rattlers. Both aircrafts took a part in OIF which was the last deployment of the USS Constellation before retirement.

Project summary

Subject:
US Military US Navy (1794-now)
VF-2 Bounty Hunters 164342 / NE106 | USS Constellation (CV-64) April 2003 | FS35237 FS36320 FS36375
Scale:1:72
Status:In progress
Timeline:Started on October 4, 2019

Project inventory

Full kits
1:72 Grumman F-14D Super Tomcat (Revell 03960)
 
Grumman F-14D Super Tomcat
Revell 1:72
03960 (80-3960)
2016 | Changed decals
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1:72 A/S32A-31A Flight Deck Tractor (F4Models FM7002)
 
A/S32A-31A Flight Deck Tractor U.S. Navy
F4Models 1:72
FM7002
2012 | New tool
+
1:72 F/A-18C Hornet (Academy 12411)
 
F/A-18C Hornet
Academy 1:72
12411
2008 | New tool
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Detail and Conversion sets
1:72 U.S. Navy Tow bar (Brengun BRL72096)
 
U.S. Navy Tow bar
Brengun 1:72
BRL72096
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1:72 F-16CJ Block 50 exhaust nozzle (Eduard 672045)
 
F-16CJ Block 50 exhaust nozzle Tamiya
Eduard 1:72
672045
2014 | New tool
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1:72 F/A-18A/B/C/D Folding Wing Set (Wolfpack WP72004)
 
F/A-18A/B/C/D Folding Wing Set for Academy
Wolfpack 1:72
WP72004
2008 | New tool
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1:72 Aircraft Weapons: V (Hasegawa X72-9)
 
Aircraft Weapons: V U.S. Missiles and Launcher Set
Hasegawa 1:72
X72-9 (35009)
1999 | New tool
Multi topic
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1:72 F-18 Hornet exhaust nozzles (Reskit RSU72-30)
 
F-18 Hornet exhaust nozzles for Academy Kit
Reskit 1:72
RSU72-30
2019 | New tool
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1:72 F-18 Hornet seamless intakes (Dr Pepper Resins DPR-72-F18INT(A))
 
F-18 Hornet seamless intakes for Academy
Dr Pepper Resins 1:72
DPR-72-F18INT(A)
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1:72 F-18 Hornet (Reskit RS72-0125)
 
F-18 Hornet wheels set
Reskit 1:72
RS72-0125
2019 | New tool
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1:72 Aircraft Weapons: VII (Hasegawa X72-12)
 
Aircraft Weapons: VII U.S. Special Bombs & LANTIRN Pods
Hasegawa 1:72
X72-12 (35012)
2000 | New tool
Multi topic
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1:72 F-14D Tomcat (Eduard 73233)
 
F-14D Tomcat Revell
Eduard 1:72
73233
2005 | New tool
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1:72 Aircraft Weapons: VI (Hasegawa X72-11)
 
Aircraft Weapons: VI U.S. Smart Bombs
Hasegawa 1:72
X72-11 (35011)
2000 | New tool
Multi topic
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1:72 Tie Down Point & Device Set A (INFINI Model IMP-72001R1)
1/72 Modern USN
Tie Down Point & Device Set A F-14, F/A-18, E-2C, EA-6B(A-6), S-3
INFINI Model 1:72
IMP-72001R1
2016 | New tool
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1:72 Grumman F-14 D "Tomcat" wheels set (Reskit RS72-0007)
 
Grumman F-14 D "Tomcat" wheels set
Reskit 1:72
RS72-0007
2016 | New tool
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Decals
1:72 Grumman F-14D Tomcat (Print Scale 72-272)
 
Grumman F-14D Tomcat part-1
Print Scale 1:72
72-272
2017
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Updated: January 15, 2020

Comments

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Ferenc Sarka Wow. This will be a hard work. The work with cokpit of the Tomcat is very good. I am waiting for the result. Keep going. Good luck.
6. October 2019 at 07:25:01
6. October 2019 at 20:59:40
Patrick Hagelstein Hi Piotr! Welcome to Scalemates! A truly impressive setup and a very good start already! Excuse me for asking but with that whole slew of high quality kits and even higher quality aftermarket products, why did you choose the Revell Tomcat? In my opinion there are far more refined Tomcats out there which will build far easier than that one. Just my curiosity... :)
7. October 2019 at 17:18:49
Martin o It's all my fault! I did not manage to write my Tomcat review in time! :D
7. October 2019 at 17:24:31
7. October 2019 at 17:25:43
Piotr Sarniński-Górecki Haha - no Martin - it's not your fault :-D Patrick - I've started this Tomcat long time ago :) About 2 years I suppose. I want to build him OOB. Meantime my friend convinced me to build Su-34. When I finished Fullback I've returned to Tomcat. But ... the CAG bird is not my favourite type of markings. I prefer "regular soldiers" :-D So I've found decals with VF-2 markings. And then ResKit wheels :-D And that would be all but... I've started a research about this particular bird and step by step the Connie's Last Dance project was born :-D Yup - I know this is probably worst Tomcat model out there but.. I've started and I will finished it :) Oh - I forgot - I've got the discontinued PE parts from Eduard dedicated to this model. That ensured me that I MUST finished it :-D
But I'm also sure that my next Tomcat will a GWH's one :)
Thx guys for interesting and warm welcome :)
7. October 2019 at 19:25:56
Patrick Hagelstein :D reading your whole story, it could ONLY be the Revell one. ;) In that case, good luck and we'll guide you along your dark path of Tomcat building. There will be light at the end of the tunnel in form of that GWH Tomcat as Martin can surely tell you about then. :)
7. October 2019 at 19:37:27
Piotr Sarniński-Górecki Hahahaha - it's good to have you both by my side :-D
7. October 2019 at 19:45:16
Martin o haha to be fair, Revel is definitely not the worst 72 Tomcat, that place is occupied by Italeri beyond any doubt, Revell being actually pretty good in comparison :) But on the other hand, after building many Hasegawa and Academy kits, the GWH is just a dream :)
7. October 2019 at 21:06:11
Patrick Hagelstein Piotr, could you tell me where you found those Dr Pepper Resins Hornet intakes? I don't seem to find a(n online) shop stocking them and I can not read the Dr Pepper Resins website...
17. October 2019 at 18:25:37
Piotr Sarniński-Górecki Didn't find them though... They were on the list of options to Hornet in scalemates so I add them but not to the stash - only to wishlist. I'm afraid they are unavaible :(
17. October 2019 at 21:48:40
Patrick Hagelstein :( The link on Scalemates only leads to a fishy lawyer site. At least when using Google Translate. Fingers crossed they might show up somewhere!
17. October 2019 at 23:17:21

 

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