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1/48 F-8E Crusader VF-162

December 17, 2017 · in Aviation · · 10 · 2.9K

I give to you the F-8E VF-162 . Painted with Tamiya and MRP paints. Decals was off the Afterburner Yankee Station Mig Killers . Nice to have another shelf of doom project finished 🙂

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10 responses

  1. Good looking F8 Brian.

  2. Good job a nice plane


  3. Nice detail work on that "Last Gunfighter", my friend.

  4. Nice! I really like that you kept the weathering subtle, so often I see Naval Aircraft way over weathered, nicely done!

  5. That is a good looking Crusader! Bellingers aircraft?

  6. Nicely done Brian, glad you rescued it from the shelf of doom.

  7. Congratulations to Superheat 210 on a successful escape from the Shelf of Doom.


  8. Hello Brian,
    Finished to high standards. As mentioned above, not over-weathered. Not necessary, the squadron personnel kept them in shiny condition.
    Regards, Dirk / The Netherlands.

  9. Looks great Brian!

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