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Bernard E. Hackett, Jr. said on April 26, 2017
Tsig, good looking Huey! I was talking to a Huey crew guy at an air show, once. He said that when the last Blackhawk went to the boneyard, a Huey would bring the crew back. Both of us laughed.
Rescue aircraft are interesting, in themselves. I know I have one to do, yours is beautifully done.
Tzigkounakis Tasos said on April 26, 2017
Thank you Bernard, I am glad you like it
Craig Abrahamson said on April 26, 2017
Outstanding build, my friend…..well done indeed.
Tzigkounakis Tasos said on April 27, 2017
Thank you Craig!!
Alessandro Parmigiani said on April 27, 2017
Very interesting helicopter livery!
Dirk Derks said on April 27, 2017
Hello Mr. Tasos,
Fantastic build of this helicopter that made history.
Can you,please, explain, what you added extra in this very basic model.
I see extra fuel bladder and the floaters. Home made, or bought from Whirly Bird. Regards, Dirk / The Netherlands
Τhank you for the comments my friends, all extra goodies are home made with Millipute. The kit was too old the plastic very very hard and it was very difficult work on it.
Greg Kittinger said on April 27, 2017
Robert Royes said on April 27, 2017
Great job! Love the all the gear in the cabin.
George Williams said on April 27, 2017
The extra detail you’ve added really makes this a very special model.
IAN JACKSON said on April 27, 2017
Great choice of kit & scheme. Love a SAR machine no matter who’s colours it’s wearing.
Richard Mcstay said on April 28, 2017
Stunning! I love all the extras. Perfectly finished and weathered!
Dirk Derks said on April 30, 2017
Hello Mr. Tasos,
Thanks for your explanation. Milliput, makes it even more interesting.
Regards, Dirk / The Netherlands.
Emre Tuzun said on May 1, 2017
That’s a beauty Tsig…
Tzigkounakis Tasos said on May 1, 2017
Thank you so much for the comments,I am glad you like it
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