1/350 Trumpeter USS Nimitz 1975

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Awesome work Tran, must be large at 1:350! Hopefully the rescue crews are about, one of your A-7's has had a nose wheel collapse :smiling3:
 

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Thank you. I try to make the CV look clean but not too clean. I try not to over do the rusting effect :D
 
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very very nice, remember building the Tamiya 1/350 carrier, many many moons ago . just started work, so all my own money, living at home. Brought it from model shop in Shrewsbury, carried it home lovingly on the bus, spent a couple of months on it and then (sacrilege) just threw it away. Wouldn't be able to afford to buy it nowadays - oh the folly of the youth.
 

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Outstanding. I really did enjoy the video. Thanks for sharing
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Thank yo so much Steve , glad you like it
very very nice, remember building the Tamiya 1/350 carrier, many many moons ago . just started work, so all my own money, living at home. Brought it from model shop in Shrewsbury, carried it home lovingly on the bus, spent a couple of months on it and then (sacrilege) just threw it away. Wouldn't be able to afford to buy it nowadays - oh the folly of the youth.
Agree , this kit in my place it quite expensive , cost around 150$. and took me quite a long time to finish because of it size :D but im managed
 
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