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Wdedig

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About Wdedig

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  • Birthday 01/10/1954

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    Pittsburgh,Pa,USA
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    99% Aircraft and a few Historic Ships

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  1. Thank You Very Much for the Positive Comments. I truly appreciate your words and thanks for taking time to let me know. Best Regards Bill
  2. I would like to Thank You all for the Compliments. I greatly appreciate them Best Regards Bill
  3. Thank You it is Alclad Polished Aluminum over decanted Tamiya Gloss Black. Airframe Aluminum over control surfaces and overcoat with Alclad Aqua Gloss Acrylic. Cheers Bill
  4. Great Group effort..Fun to Participate and Thanks to those who liked the P-38. It is now in a Museum in West Virginia in Honor of the Pilot. Cheers Bill D
  5. The Museum is National American Defenders of Bataan & Corregidor (ADBC) Museum, Education & Research Center in Wellsburg WV. Thanks all for the Compliments. There are some photos of the B-17 after the Japanese captured the Philippines and I like my version much better .. Cheers All
  6. Most of construction accomplish by a friend, Bill Ritter Moving on from D-Day to Philippines ,but staying with natural metal: Academy B-17D from Iba Airfield, Philippines December 1941. Destroyed on ground December 8th 1941. Such a Pretty plane Alclad over gloss black, Starfighter decals (which were Great) Completes Group of aircraft for Museum donation B-17,B-18,P-35 and P-40E Thanks for Looking Comments Always welcome Cheers BillD
  7. Thank You for the Positive feedback. Look forward to presenting this to the Boy Scouts who are involved in honoring this local Pilot. Regards Bill
  8. Thank You all for the Positive feedback Cheers Bill
  9. I would strongly suggest staying away from the Minicraft kit. This was a beast
  10. Thank you for the Positive feedback Regards Bill
  11. I Assume this is the Gallery location Completed P-38, 394th FS, 367FG Pilot...1st Lt William L Mushrush from Steubenville OH. Lost in Channel 20 July 1944 in transit to mission. Best Regards Bill
  12. Here are a few Detail Photos. Opened the windows and folded back the canopy to show off the resin Interior.. Used Uschi Stretch line for Antenna through a filament spring (that you cant see in the photos) The .50 cal weapons were from Karaya metal barrels and I love them. .Cannon barrel was some Albion tubing. All painted black then rubbed with USCHI Iron powder Finish was Alclad over Gloss Black,overcoated with Alclad Acrylic Clear coat. OD was Vallejo Air set.. Number 106 was the final three numbers of the pilots aircraft. Most decals are from Aeromaster P-38 sheets. Robert what is my next step. I have never done a group build before? Thanks for looking Cheers Bill
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