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Hi.....I'm starting a new project:an A-6A Intruder from Vietnam 1965 VA-85 Uss Kitty Hawk....1\48 Hobby Boss with GRU 5 resin seat ,exhaust and wheels...Fightertown decals.Painted the cockpit I've opened the  gap for airbrake,eliminated the slime lime lights not present on early Intruder and opened the orange formation lights  .Ciao from Italy.;)             

 

 

 

 

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Hi.....fuselage closed...fin tip cutted.....Ciao from Italy.

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Very nice!

 

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Don't forget to move the inboard wing fences to the correct position. :)

Jens

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Thanks. I read somewhere (on ARC perhaps) that the inner wing fences had to be moved on all HB Intruders, so I did that on my first A-6A. :(

 

Jens

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The fences in the HB kit are correct for an A type....are wrong for an E type:if you do an A model ok....instead for an E version you'ld move the fences ;)

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Problem is, I already moved them of my two first HB A-6As... Here's the first one:

 

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Jens

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The tedious work of grit,sand,fill & rescribe is started.....same hole and vents to close or eliminate for an A version...

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Always loved the A-6, and this build looks too good to miss!

 

Terry

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Nice work so far!

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Very nice indeed.

 

Terry

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