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My rendition of the Trumpeter F-107 as a fighter / interceptor. The drop tanks and missiles are from an ESCI F-100 kit. The paint is Krylon silver.
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Paul Wilsford said on February 24, 2016
Sweet! I would love to see that kit in a larger scale. I have always wondered what that would have looked like in A.F. livery.
Robert Royes said on February 24, 2016
Beautiful subject. great job! Krylon is o.k.. for models?
Bruce Lewerenz said on February 24, 2016
Robert, I spray a coat of PlastiKote auto primer on all my models before painting. The Krylon metallic paints are especially hot.
Gregg McKim Shaw said on February 24, 2016
Always liked the look of this aircraft. Building as a in service example is a great idea. Well done. Time to build my kit I think.
Bernard E. Hackett, Jr. said on February 24, 2016
Looks like it’s going fast when it’s standing still! An interesting and good looking aircraft.
Greg Kittinger said on February 24, 2016
Sure was an unusual-looking aircraft. I like how you handled it, and executed nicely! I’ve toyed with adding one of these to the stash but haven’t done so yet…
Craig Abrahamson said on February 24, 2016
Nicely done, Bruce…..I like it!
Morne Meyer said on February 25, 2016
I have always liked the shape of this aircraft. Sad that it never entered service. You did an awesome job on this little gem from Trumpeter!!!
Bruce Lewerenz said on February 25, 2016
Thanks to everyone for the kind words about my model. I do need to correct myself though. I said I use PlastiKote primer but I actually meant Duplicolor primer sealer. It is plastic friendly.
Rob Pollock said on February 25, 2016
Very sleek finishes. Am I the only person who doesn’t know the scale?😟
It’s 1/72 scale Rob.
Tom Cleaver said on March 20, 2019
Nice work, but you’ve actually got a fighter-bomber, since those missiles are Bullpups. Whatever, looks great!
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