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SAT69

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    San Antonio, Texas, USA
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    Airplanes, Model Building, Reading, Writing

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  1. I think you have restoration down to a fine art! Beautiful work!
  2. I'm not a fan of the SP but your model is definitely excellent. Congratulations on a job well done.
  3. You've done an excellent job on that one. Congratulations!
  4. The work of a professional. I really like it.
  5. That's a very creative way of representing an airplane that wasn't built. While I much prefer the tandem seating, the side by side seating doesn't look bad at all.
  6. As others have said, gorgeous work. And I have to second that. Beautiful model.
  7. Good golly Miss Molly! Your work is incredible! This is the first time I've seen arming wires on the bombs modeled. Now that's attention to detail.
  8. Beautiful work! I'd be tempted to try that in 1/32 scale.
  9. A pair of travel pods would be nice too. I've seen numerous photos of Lakenheath Eagles carrying two, and sometimes four, of them.
  10. The fuselage was 85 feet long and in 1/72 scale that would be 14.167 inches. Your calculations are closer to 1/48 scale, which calculate at 21.25 inches. Still, a 14+ inch model in 1/72 scale is pretty large.
  11. You've produced a beautiful build. Where did you find the second external fuel tank, as the kit comes with only one. At least the one I'm working on now did.
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