Hasegawa 1/72 scale Viggen - February 2014

Anna Leas, Plattsmouth, Nebraska

Giving Hasegawa's 1/72 scale Viggen a rigorous workout, Anna scratchbuilt a canopy, internal fan blades, and intake ducts, reshaped the wings and canards, added conformal fuel tanks, and lengthened the nose. She says, “I finished the Viggen off with an experimental ‘Ferris’ scheme and U.S. decals.”

Posted 12/19/2013 10:11:26 AM by Tim Kidwell
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  • Hasegawa 1/72 scale Viggen - February 2014

    You go girl!!!

  • Hasegawa 1/72 scale Viggen - February 2014

    Very cool Anna!  I like the paint scheme and finish of your Viggen.  It's inspiring me to keep at my "what-if" project.

  • Hasegawa 1/72 scale Viggen - February 2014

    nice work!!!

  • Hasegawa 1/72 scale Viggen - February 2014

    Very sharp lookin!

  • Hasegawa 1/72 scale Viggen - February 2014

    Anna I love this plane. You have done some incredible modifications, I think it should be added to the us arsenal . contact me MatD aka skypilot if you want. Id love to chat and swap ideas. I really need help with a 1:18 scale f-18 id like to make it experimental . bye

  • Hasegawa 1/72 scale Viggen - February 2014

    Very Nice. clever use of conformal fuel tanks. I'll use this photo for reference on the Viggen I plan to build

  • Hasegawa 1/72 scale Viggen - February 2014

    Well, the Viggen will be useful to the U.S. As a (SMA)-Slow Moving Aircraft or as a flying target for our Air Force and Navy.