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Lets start new project :) U-125A 1/72

It’s time to leave Nam era planes for while and lets start this new model from Sword U-125a more photos from build will come soon 🙂


11 responses to Lets start new project :) U-125A 1/72

  1. I’ll be watchin’ this one with great anticipation….sharp-lookin’ aircraft – nice lines.

  2. Nice looking aircraft.

  3. This should be an interesting and unique build in 1/72. Dont see many of these types. I built a very similar model recently but in 1/48. It is the French Military version of the Falcon. I am not sure if this is the same jet but looks similar. I liked it b/c I had never built this type of aircraft before. I am really looking forward to this build.

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  4. Its new model coming from sword Models production official release Is in november Its good that owner od sword Is my friend 😉

  5. Dear Leos: does the kit come with parts needed to convert it to a standard civilian Hawker 800? Does Sword intend to make a business jet version? Looking forward to the build in any case!

  6. Dear Alexander as i see on kit it will be not possible ( i mean in easy way 🙂 cos the radome under plane is part of fuselnage. And the fusselnage is diffrent than standart civilian jet , cos number of windows is different ( ok thats not so big problem 🙂 but on both sides are big observer windows and strengtennig around them .
    P.S. sorry for my english im grammar nazi 🙂

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  7. Leos: no problem! I understood everything you wrote–your English is better than you think. Perhaps Sword can follow up this kit with a civilian version, which is something to suggest to your friend at Sword, at least, because the civilian version is more widely used. The USAF used a camouflaged version of the civilian airframe a few years back for NAVAID calibration.

  8. Leos: no problem! I understood everything you wrote–your English is better than you think. Perhaps Sword can follow with a civilian version, which is something to suggest to your friend at Sword, at least, because the civilian version is more widely used. The USAF used a camouflaged civilian airframe a few years back for NAVAID calibration.

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