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oppenheimer

Tamiya 1/32 P-51D OLD CROW

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That's `Mighty Purty' and looks like a real Mustang,...nuff said really,.....superb!

Cheers

Tony

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Your first go at a 1/32 kit? I can't wait to see the second!

This is a fantastic build and your painting and weathering make it look like the real aircraft! Amazing!!!

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I have the Tamiya Mustang to build this year and I will certainly be having a go with the Alclad, how did you weather the O/D Green panel? Looks so good!

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Excellent work; the finish is outstanding. Your great photography really helps showcase the model.

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Mine was bought days after the kit came out.I need to pluck the courage to make her.

You have done a wonderful job here and done the kit justice.

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Best rendition of Tamiya's large P51 I have ever seen, with good photography to boot!

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I really like the natural metal finish, you've done a great job replicating that.

The rest of the model look superb too, makes me want to make a start on mine.

Pete

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A real stunner in the best sense of the word. It has that elusive shrunk reality quality which is so hard to conjure up.

Excellent modelling!

Kind regards,

Joachim

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thanks again for your words, Tango1, the olive drab is from model master and i faded into 3 different tones and applied randomly, and then used black and brown tamiya weathering set on the panel lines and rivet

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