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Fairey Fulmar Mk.I 1/48 MPM

This is second prototype tested in Boscombe Down in 1940. I saw this interested camo on box AZ model 1/72, but here is little different color. On internet i find Warpaint No.41 and this is result. Another yellow bird.

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15 responses

  1. Great job. I’ve never built an MPM kit

  2. Very nice build of this oldie, Josef.
    The scheme is great.
    Also love the weathering.

  3. Josef,

    Those MPM kits or Special Hobby or Classic Airframes kits are not a walk in the park. Modeling skill required with some excellent results.

    Two thumbs up.

  4. Nice work on this and also an interesting paint scheme. I’ve one of the Eduard kits in the storage cabinet for years and would like to get to it this year.

  5. Great bird Josef, looks very sleak but I read somewhere these machines were actually underpowered… Anyway, you did an outstanding job here!

  6. Very nice model Josef, besides the kit itself which looks extremely well built, pulling such large yellow area brilliantly painted is not an easy task, thumbs up!

  7. Not an easy kit by any stretch. Excellent paint job!

  8. Really good to see rarely posted airframes especially when they are this well built.

  9. Excellent build of a difficult kit, Josef!
    The paint scheme is striking!
    Congratulations!

  10. 🙂 … Greetings … 🙂 :
    A not seen much model yet you made it stand out.
    Not only construction wise but visually too.
    Nice work Josef !

  11. It’s gorgeous, so unusual in appearance and with a terrific paint job, definitely liked.

  12. Turned out great! Even more, considering the base kit, congrats!

  13. Very nice! You don’t see many Fulmars built, so a pleasure to see it!

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