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  1. Olivier, you show here late "universal" bracket. The early 108 Gal. fuel tanks brackets were very different. Look at your reference photo #137D. They were straight wide-shoulder rough steel bars with welded-on screw attachment points.
  2. Some details of new PE set are installed on model. The set made of 0.05mm thick stainless steel and has many optional parts. ALM_3718 by Alexey Matvienko, on Flickr ALM_3717 by Alexey Matvienko, on Flickr ALM_3714 by Alexey Matvienko, on Flickr ALM_3715 by Alexey Matvienko, on Flickr ALM_3716 by Alexey Matvienko, on Flickr ALM_3720 by Alexey Matvienko, on Flickr ALM_3693 by Alexey Matvienko, on Flickr ALM_3694 by Alexey Matvienko, on Flickr ALM_3697 by Alexey Matvienko, on Flickr ALM_3699 by Alexey Matvienko, on Flickr ALM_3700 by Alexey Matvienko, on Flickr ALM_3705 by Alexey Matvienko, on Flickr ALM_3708 by Alexey Matvienko, on Flickr ALM_3710 by Alexey Matvienko, on Flickr ALM_3713 by Alexey Matvienko, on Flickr F-14_Tamiya_instruction_PG1 by Alexey Matvienko, on Flickr F-14_Tamiya_instruction_PG2 by Alexey Matvienko, on Flickr One more little set of stiffeners around the airframe is also 0.05mm steel. ALM_3719 by Alexey Matvienko, on Flickr PE4819.Instr by Alexey Matvienko, on Flickr
  3. I hope this pics will help you to make correct rivet patterns. I "riveted" Koichiro Abe's drawings using photo of real airframes. You can see the difference between Eduard plastic and real patterns. Unfortunately, the lower surface drawing is not ready yet. 109rivet_top_2000 by Alexey Matvienko, on Flickr 109rivet_2000 by Alexey Matvienko, on Flickr
  4. Hi Olivier, The MENG flaps are slightly bigger, than Tamiya's offer and it seems more correct. Tamiya's ailerons slightly longer, than MENG, so it is possible to shorten them by 1mm and made cutout in the wing slightly bigger in depht and width. The broader chord will not be notiseable in extended position. Have you seen the A.M.U.R. Reaver other PE bits for Tamiya P-51D? Cockpit and Radio and Wheel Wells ?
  5. Look at this P-51D-10NA 44-14245 Floogie II. She still does'n have the button but already has new K-14 field-installed gunsight. http://www.americanairmuseum.com/media/459 And one more interesting detail - the front retractable part of the flap is also painted over by green.
  6. There are masters for new resin sets. 1/32 for Revell new P-51D DSC_9746 by Alexey Matvienko, on Flickr DSC_9742 by Alexey Matvienko, on Flickr DSC_9754 by Alexey Matvienko, on Flickr DSC_9753 by Alexey Matvienko, on Flickr DSC_9750 by Alexey Matvienko, on Flickr DSC_9749 by Alexey Matvienko, on Flickr DSC_9748 by Alexey Matvienko, on Flickr 1/48 for Meng kit this time DSC_9759 by Alexey Matvienko, on Flickr DSC_9755 by Alexey Matvienko, on Flickr DSC_9761 by Alexey Matvienko, on Flickr The masters are maid using original NAA plas, so the rivets size and number are true for scale.
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    PE4821 MiG-29 Exterior 1/48

    The flare buckets will be in production soon!
  8. Hello Olivier, This is flap riveting pattern drawn for Meng P-51D flaps replacement. Rivet patterns here from NAA plans. Flap by Alexey Matvienko, on Flickr
  9. This picture gives you an idea how it looks like DSC_0450 by Alexey Matvienko, on Flickr
  10. There are templates for fuselage part master (for vacu) and armored glass. I made the upper fuselage part from thin clear sheet using vacuum formihg process. Take in account that P-51B has different engine cowling profile. It rises slightly higher towards winshield in comparison with P-51D, so yo'll need some additional work to blend smoothly the new fuselage top and P-51D cowling. Back_lines_templates by Alexey Matvienko, on Flickr Armored_glass_P51B by Alexey Matvienko, on Flickr
  11. Hi Antonio, some years ago I started to convert Dragon's P-51D into B model. This work haven't finished yet, but I made some research and drew scale plans for some parts. Here is 1/32 P-51B cockpit. You need just download full size image and print in real size to get 1/32 paper drawing. P51B_cockpitarrangement1 by Alexey Matvienko, on Flickr
  12. This is lower cowling panel for D-5/D-10/ D-15 models. and this type was introduced on D-20 model. Tamiya's layout represents D-25 and D-30 panels and even such representation is just slightly similar to real thing, so you need to rescribe this section completely.
  13. There are two new versions of discontinued sets. RC4823 instead of RC4817 New PE set PE4820 Su27/30 louvres and meshes intended for these two types only. There will be separate sets for Su-33 and Su-35S versions.
  14. Just for Su-35 or Su-30MKI/SM. They will fit to Hobby Boss plastic with slight modification.
  15. New set of 1/48 vectoring thrust exhausts for Kitty Hawk Su-35 release.
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