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ninjrk

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  1. Got it and spent last night reading it. It is really excellent as expected and makes me dream of one for the Revell Me-262. One thing that I really appreciated are the little points about a tank that won't be seen in the cockpit or the join IRL of the cowling to the fuselage. It really feels like a guide and mentoring on building the kit versus a simple play by play of the build experience that one often gets on these types of guides/articles.
  2. I confess I've always liked this ungainly looking beast. If there was a kit I'd end up buying the bloody thing.
  3. No worries and the Orange book is outstanding.
  4. The May 1999 issue of Scale Aviation Modeler also has a good article with a few pages of color profiles and some drawings.
  5. The May 1999 issue of Scale Aviation Modeler also has a good article with a few pages of color profiles and some drawings.
  6. The Orange series one is probably your best bet, many detail and interior photos and the drawings are much more detailed than the others. The Warpaint book does have less detailed drawings but gives you four fuselage cross-stations.
  7. In preparation, I spent some quality time with our P-40B. https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.3940612355949334&type=3
  8. I have the resin version but an La-7 in plastic would be lovely. As would a Yak-9U.
  9. Coincidently the museum I volunteer at (American Heritage Museum) just put their P-40B on display. I suppose I should see if I can get any cockpit photos.
  10. Oh I won't argue that the Kikka would be a more universal choice I just like the Karyu in a display with an Me-262 and Su-9.
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