MiG Group Build recap
First, I would like to thank all the participants to this group build, wheter you finished your builds or not. I must admit, I expected slightly larger participation but I am nevertheless proud of the resulting builds and I hope our group build will server as an inspiration for future MiG builds.
In honour of 80th anniversary of establishment of Mikoyan i Gurevich construction bureau, these are the completed builds, listed in order from oldest to the latest MiGs.
MiG-15bis ‘Fagot’; Soviet Air Force – Tamiya 1:48 by Louis Gardner @lgardner
MiG-15bis ‘Fagot’; North Korean Air Force (DPRK) – Tamiya 1:48 by Louis Gardner @lgardner
MiG-15bis ‘Fagot’; Chinese Air Force (PLAAF) – Tamiya 1:48 by Louis Gardner @lgardner
MiG-17 ‘Fresco’; North Vietnamese Air Force – Hobby Craft 1:48 by Louis Gardner @lgardner
MiG-19PM ‘Farmer-E’; Hungarian Air Force – Trumpeter 1:48 by John Healy @j-healy
MiG-21F-13 ‘Fishbed-C’; Soviet Air Force – Revell 1:72 by Ferry Dierckxsens @therefueler
MiG-21MF ‘Fishbed-J’; Czech Air Force – Eduard 1:72 by Sebastijan Videc @inflames
MiG-21bis ‘Fishbed-L’; Hungarian Air Force – Eduard 1:48 by S. Cubas @maqueterocompulsivo
MiG-29A ‘Fulcrum-B’; Russian Air Force – Hasegawa 1:72 by Manuel Magrinho @maqueterocompulsivo
MiG-29S ‘Fulcrum-C’; Russian Air Force – Hasegawa 1:72 by Allan J Withers @kalamazoo
MiG-29SMT ‘Fulcrum’; Russian Air Force – Zvezda 1:72 by Sebastijan Videc @inflames