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About Tbolt

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  1. Do point out to her that there were over 15,600 P-47's made and there's lot of colour schemes and cool nose art, otherwise it would just seem weird
  2. Not long before the start of this one, I better make sure I have everything I need. Better check if I got a P-47 Kit! Oh wait..... ( Most of the Tamiya 1/72nd scale kits have two in each box ). Not sure what to build yet. I'm still working on the Tamiya P-47N, so space is a bit limited, I might go for a 1/72nd scale kit.
  3. Trumpeter, half-assed? I can't believe you are suggesting such thing If it's not on a drawing then it can't be true.
  4. Tbolt

    Saab 29A Tunnan 1:72

    Looks great, lovely finish.
  5. I always though the Tamiya kit was closer to a D-20 to a D-22. You can't do earlier blocks because the engine has got Turtleback mags on, but of course it's an easy fix. With the engine fixed that'll give you a D-10 to D-16, then it's only a case of fixing cowl flaps aircraft and removing oil cooler deflector plates ( some aircraft had the mods done so not always needed ) to make any earlier bugled keel P-47. Add an asymmetric prop ( factory fit, may have different prop ) and you can do the D-23 as well.
  6. Very nice model and a great bit of rigging.
  7. Very beautiful looking Hurricane, nice job.
  8. I guess they are using old info when RLM83 was thought to be a dark green, which is now known to be dark blue and the dark green is now called RLM 81b.
  9. Great looking I-16.
  10. Beautiful looking model, with a superb finish.