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1/32 P-51D Mustang and Pilot

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Just finished this Tamiya 1/32 P-51D Mustang. (This Tamiya model can be shown as a flying model with wheels removed, undercarriage closed etc. Things are held magnetically, and some parts slide on and off!)

Features the 334th Fighter squadron, 4th Fighter Group Mustang.

There is a link here to the actual plane

http://www.americanairmuseum.com/person/156029

 

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Very nicely done. It must have taken a lot of effort to incorporate the working features. 

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Great finish on a great model, to look so good close up is a testament to your skills, good job!

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Cracking build there, Colin. Very nice detailing.

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Simply perfect! The pilot figure is an artwork, too. You should have participated in the current P-51 Group Build!

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Absolutely fabulous, finish is superb, not too shiny as you see a many built. Good pilot also.👍

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Thankyou everyone for your kind words.

35 minutes ago, Toryu said:

Simply perfect! The pilot figure is an artwork, too. You should have participated in the current P-51 Group Build!

Hi Toryu I've never done a Group Build before, a little intimidating I think!

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Lot's of fun! See my entry here.

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Superb 

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That looks great, I have one of those in the stash and I hope it turns out as nice as yours.

 

Cheers

 

Dennis

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Love that! An excellent overall finish, exceptional job, well done 👍

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