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Hans Peter Tschanz
Hawker Hunter F.58. Squadron 20, Swiss Air Force,
Mollis Air Base, 1993.
Kit: Revell 1:32
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AL HOFFMAN said on February 17, 2014
Nice, clean build.
neil foster said on February 17, 2014
beautiful build of a beautiful aircraft,well done.
Simon Whitney said on February 17, 2014
Classic plane well build and finished.
Looks really nice.
Well done Hans.
Michael Drover said on February 17, 2014
Great build Hans. The Mavericks add some interest too. What paints did you use?
Tschanz Hanspeter said on February 18, 2014
i used the following Colors.
Humbrol Dark Green 164 Humbrol Dark Grey 164
Model Master Alu 1401
Model Master With Signal 1745.
Coating with Airbrush 2/3 Gloscote Model Master 1/3 Flat Clear Model Master.
Best Regards Hans Peter
Craig Abrahamson said on February 17, 2014
One of my favorite designs…very nice job, sir.
Steven Davis said on February 17, 2014
Love the Swiss build with the mavericks, wish the kit I bought had them, never the less great build
Frank Cronin said on February 18, 2014
Very, very, nice. I love the scheme. Great airplane no matter what scheme. You have done a wonderful job on this.
Stephen W Towle said on February 18, 2014
A classic kit of classic airplane done to perfection. Some strong work on the painting and decaling. The Mavericks make the subject more interesting…were the Swiss the only operators of the Hunters to use them?
My only niggle is that the photo’s are a little dark and I can’t see the model in person.
Two thumbs up on this build.
George Williams said on February 18, 2014
I love it, Hans, lovely looking model of a classic aircraft.
Robert Bausch said on February 28, 2014
Hans Peter, beautiful build on one of my favorite aircraft. It looks like the camo scheme is very like the RAF. Interesting markings. A super job, thanks for posting!
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