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  1. Copperhead

    What's the best 1/32 P47 Thunderbolt

    Dave, I have built both. I enjoyed each, but the Hasegawa offering has a more accurate overall outline when they sit side by side. It is simplified, however, and can benefit from AM for sure, especially the engine. The Trumpeter Jug has lots more detail, but most of it is more trouble than it is worth. I left most of it out. You really can't go wrong with either one, though. Both of mine are floating around here on LSP, but for some reason I can't get the links to copy into this post.
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    Tamiya P51D/K.

    Great start Mal.
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    P-47D Razorback

    Thanks Brian. Coming from you, that is quite a compliment. I've been following "Lady Lil" with interest.
  4. Brian, you are the absolute master of this technique!
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    No:8 Zeke A6M5 Tamiya 1:32

    Looks great!
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    P-47D Razorback

    Kev, Here are some more photos. My name is Tory Bishop. Thanks again.
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    P-47D Razorback

    Thanks very much for the kind words. Kev, I'd be honored if you published it on the site. I'll post some more pics later today.
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    P-47D Razorback

    Here is the Trumpeter kit with Zotz decals and a lot of Reynolds Wrap. Brian is right...foiling is perversely fun.
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    Czech Model T-33

    Thanks guys. And Harold, that is your cockpit set inside it...
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    Shiny Tamiya Mk XVIe

    Great collection!
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    MiG-23MF Trumpeter 1/32

    Outstanding work. Great photos too!
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    1/32 Hispano Buchon and Spitfire Mk Vb

    Very interesting subjects.
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    1/32 Boeing F4b4 - almost naked

    Excellent work!
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    A little break from airplanes...

    Hi Tim. These tracks were actually pretty easy to use. I know a lot of people balk at single links, so these are a nice compromise between realism and ease of assembly. I don't really mind either way, at least on the big vehicles where the single links are easier to handle. Both types are vastly superior to the old vinyl tracks.