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by Nelson Aguila




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Here is Hasegawa's Mohawk Kit, in 1/72 scale. It is not a great kit, but it serves the purpose in general terms.

I found a lot of information on the Internet, and there are some pretty good websites about this plane.



The cockpit is scratchbuilt, inlcuding the ejection seat, the control stick, and all the control panel. Same thing with the engines, nose sensors, and some another special details.

The kit was painted in Humbrol 150 enamel (F.S: 34127) and then weathered.



The markings are straight from the box, and looking the low visibility scheme, and black stencil, we can think it was used in Viet Nam War.

Finally, I've varnished in a satin cote.

I hope do you like it, because I wasted three months on this kit!


Model, Text and Images Copyright 2001 by Nelson Aguila
Page Created 17 July, 2001
Last Updated 26 October, 2001

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