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  1. Looking fantastic Quang! Looking forward to feasting my eyes on the finished product :-) - Dennis S. Thornton, CO USA
  2. You're off to a great start! I have mine coming in the mail. Looking forward to building one of these ugly beauties. - Dennis S. Thornton, CO USA
  3. Wartime photos show her with a "standard" turret setup, as the kit provides. Emerson nose turret, Consolidated in the rear. - Dennis S. Thornton, CO USA
  4. Agreed! It was a simple kit, but super fun to build. Hard to really put my finger on it, but it was just an enjoyable build of a neat subject. Haven't had that much fun building a kit in a while. I've got the I-153 waiting in the wings. I elected to pick up the Vector set for it, so it will be a little more involved, but I am looking forward to it. Working on a few other projects before it hits the bench! - Dennis S. Thornton, CO USA
  5. Couldn't agree more. HK would be my preferred source for the Marauder, that's for sure. - Dennis S. Thornton, CO USA
  6. You sir, are a Rembrandt. A king among men. Very impressive stuff. - Dennis S. Thornton, CO USA
  7. This looks outstanding. And, it looks like they correctly did not put disc brakes one it, which the Roden kit shows on the box (yet to be seen if they are included in the box, per a restored modern bird). I'll most definitely be getting one of these! - Dennis S. Thornton, CO USA
  8. Additionally, the third decal option, "Mission Completed" depicts a fictional restored bird currently on display in Brussels, Belgium. Originally built as a A-26B (6-gun nose), she was converted to an On-Mark Marketeer at some point in her career. The complete codes on her side should read AN-J, not A-J. It should have blue cowlings, too. The 416th BG option (option 1) seems to be an operational bird from the 670th BS. There are no known photographs, associated crew, or aircraft specifics, per their group website. However, all of their A-26's appear to be either glass nose C's, or 6-gun B's. The correct codes for that plane should be F6-? F6-D belonged to 43-22296. So who knows. - Dennis S. Thornton, CO USA
  9. EDIT: Here's the two missing sprues from the above photos: 5e81ab649c027 by Dennis SAuter, on Flickr 5e81ab65e02ca by Dennis SAuter, on Flickr - Dennis S. Thornton, CO USA
  10. Appears the cockpit is set up for two controls, also. I think we're missing a sprue, as there are no seats, either. The armor plate for the rear gunner's pedestal is present in these photos, on the stabilizer/wheel well insert sprue. This is a bit of a let down from this sprue look :-/ I'm probably still going to buy one though. Because you're all correct. This is likely the only 1/32 A/B-26 we'll ever see. - Dennis S. Thornton, CO USA
  11. Here's the photos, as promised. The B-24 wheel is one the left, while the B-17 wheel is on the right: And here's the B-24 wheel in the wing: Now, let's see some new turrets... pretty please. - Dennis S. Thornton, CO USA
  12. The Eduard wheels are out, and they are lovely. Same size as the B-17 wheels (as they should be), but they have a different tread pattern and the hubs are molded in place. They also fit nicely into the wing openings. I'll post some pictures shortly. - Dennis S. Thornton, CO USA
  13. That makes sense! And I'm sure there will be some along the way. We'll see what we can find. Fairly close to home is Sam's #3 in Aurora, CO/Denver CO. Quite a tasty diner! - Dennis S. Thornton, CO USA
  14. He sure did! And I figured out how to post them successfully. Appreciate the help! - Dennis S. Thornton, CO USA
  15. Pardon my ignorance, but what's a Triple D restaurant? - Dennis S. Thornton, CO USA
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