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My last kit F-7F 3 from U.S.M.C., MAG-33, Phoang, Korea, 1953
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Dirk Derks said on December 19, 2017
Excellent replica of this powerful aircraft. The wheels are well manufactured by Italeri. Have to dig in to this type some more today on the internet.
It is not such a well known aircraft. Regards, Dirk / The Netherlands.
Josef Rössner said on December 19, 2017
Thank you, Italeri do only new box and decals, this is AMT/ERTL good job. Josef 🙂
Jeff Bailey said on December 19, 2017
This is a beautiful rendition of a great, but under-appreciated aircraft. I’ve admired the Tigercat since the 1st time I saw a picture of one over 40 years ago! Personally, I think this is the coolest twin engined aircraft ever made. It belongs in the top “twins,” category with the likes of the Mosquito, P-38, and a few others.
Hi, usually i build jet planes, but after building this, i fall in love with twin propellers aircrafts. 🙂 Now i build A-20 Havoc and buyed Ac-47 Gunship, B-25 Mitchell and Lockheed Ventura 🙂
Marc Barris said on December 19, 2017
I love the paint finish on this Josef, very well done.
Craig Abrahamson said on December 19, 2017
Very well done, Josef…excellent detail work (I like the bands on the prop hubs & rockets, for example). Looking forward to your 2018 builds.
Thank you Craig. First 2018 model will be Lockheed Ventura, Saab Viggen or my lovely L-39 Albatros.
Greg Kittinger said on December 19, 2017
Excellent build of a sleek aircraft! I would also have to say that twin engine props are one of my favorite subject – love the ones you decided to pick up and am looking forward to seeing them built up!
Robert Royes said on December 19, 2017
A beautiful build, of a beautiful aircraft!
Louis Gardner said on December 19, 2017
The F7F doesn’t get the attention of the others such as the Hellcat or the Bearcats. Too bad since it’s such a sleek looking plane. You did a great job with this one. I really like it.
Tom Cleaver said on December 19, 2017
You really want to consider getting new wheels because the separate rubber tires will melt the plastic within six months.
Nice model, but you need to heed the warning.
Hi, thank you, but this is all plastic wheels and i dont see any problems.
Chuck A. Villanueva said on December 20, 2017
This is the Italeri re-pop not the AMT kit, if you had read the heading that this was the Italeri you would be more positive instead of looking for any negative aspects. Pay attention to detail.
Terry Schuler said on December 20, 2017
Josef, A big “well done”, form me !
One of my favorite airplanes, especially when its done this well !
Josef Rössner said on December 20, 2017
Nice build Joseph love the Tigercat. Nice detail and subtle weathering on an aircraft operating in a harsh environment. Amazing how large the Tigercat is compared to other twin engine fighters. Thanks for sharing.
Thank for your comment
Ferry Dierckxsens said on December 20, 2017
Wonderful build! It’s a great looking aircraft and you did a great job! I got the same kit still in my stash, just one of my favorites.
Tom Bebout said on December 20, 2017
Nicely done Josef, well done indeed.
Anthony Conway said on December 20, 2017
I like your tigercat nice build. My favourite twin is the mossie though.
George Henderson said on December 21, 2017
Jeff Carle said on December 24, 2017
Great model of a beautiful airplane!
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