As a result of the close-down of the UK by the British Government last night, we have made all the Buy/Sell areas read-only until we open back up again, so please have a look at the announcement linked here.
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I thought this might be of interest to many of you, especially with the announcement by Hasegawa that they are going to re-release their 1/72 P2V-7 kit. Mike http://www.axis-and-allies-paintworks.com/e107_plugins/forum/forum_viewtopic.php?15236
While looking for cockpit photos of a P2V-5 for another topic discussion, I found this excellent website dedicated to the AP-2H and its use in Vietnam. I have seen a couple of these done as conversions, and they were both very impressive. IIRC, there might have been an aftermarket conversion set for this variant, and I think there is a preserved example out there. Enjoy! @RidgeRunner- How about this one instead, Martin? http://vpnavy01.com/websites/vah21/history.html#09 I was right! Here is a photo and history of the sole survivor. https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Lockheed_AP-2H_Neptune,_USA_-_Navy_AN1026156.jpg
I have attached a link to a site that has description, history, and photos of P-61 Black Widows that were on the civil registry after the war. NX30020 used to be based here in San Antonio where I live, and I remember seeing her parked on the ramp next to the American Airlines Airfreight hangar where my uncle worked at the time. I wish I had taken pictures of her back then, but during my teenage years, I was more involved with building and flying control line models than plastic ones! Mike http://napoleon130.tripod.com/p61blackwidow/id38.html
I found this just now while looking for something else entirely- so what else is new? I hope you find the photos interesting and that they are new to most of you- if they have been posted before, let me know and I can remove them. Looks like there are some good projects for @tonyot in this collection! Mike http://silverhawkauthor.com/warplanes-of-the-second-world-war-preserved-in-australia_458.html