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Old 27-03-2013, 11:36 PM   #1
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Default large scale mark one viper scratchbuild

Hi everyone,
I have been busy after completing my 52 inch long eagle which was on display in TRANSPORT MODELS IN PRESTON LANCASHIRE and was bought and has now gone to a private collection. So I got busy and built the model you see here which will also soon be on display in transport models, the guys there are great and friendly supplying me with all my bits and bats for model making and have even donated some old parts in the past.

the viper is approx 1/12th scale over 30 inches long and has taken two months to build, it has a lot of battle damage due to the amount of missions that it has flown. please let me know what you think of it as it is the only way to improve is to know where you went wrong.

regards Barrie
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Old 03-04-2013, 11:59 AM   #2
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That's one big and impressive Viper!
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