My 28inch Hasbro Conversion finished

Discussion in 'General Modeling' started by judgedredd, Apr 10, 2015.

  1. judgedredd

    judgedredd Sr Member

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    Heres my 28 inch Hasbro conversion with Randy cooper parts and loads of work! Very pleased with it its huge and looks great obviously not screen accurate but to 99.8% of the world its the Falcon :)
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  2. rbeach84

    rbeach84 Sr Member

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    Impressive! How does it look mounted on a wall? (I just see it that way for some reason...)

    Regards, Robert
     
  3. judgedredd

    judgedredd Sr Member

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    no idea to be honest mine is just fixed to the base also the rear vent cover would drop off mine :)
     
  4. Axlotl

    Axlotl Master Member

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    I like the colors.
     
  5. judgedredd

    judgedredd Sr Member

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    Thanks :)

     
  6. KramStaar

    KramStaar Sr Member

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    Probably a little heavy on the weathering for my taste but a great tribute to the Falcon.

    Cheers for sharing!

    Regards
     
  7. rbeach84

    rbeach84 Sr Member

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    JudgeDredd, recommend using those tiny, high strength magnets you can buy in bunches at the DIY (aka hardware) stores to secure the rear engine "hatch". Then you can display it in any attitude you wish with no fear of 'TFOA' ("things falling off aircraft") events.

    Regards, Robert
     

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