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Jolly Roger

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  • Birthday 07/30/1974

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  1. I have built both, and as the Dude said both are amazing kits. I personally found the F4U to be a more enjoyable build. True, the wing fold area is a bit of a PITA but the P-51D has things like PE and SS rod hinges, magnetic panels, etc. My vote is for the Corsair!
  2. So some of the decals in the MVR Albatros D.Va boxing were intended for the Roden DR.1, and now we're getting a WNW DR.1. There are also decals in that box for the Roden Albatros D.III. So maybe now we'll get a WNW D.III!
  3. I'm building the 1/48 Tamiya Bf-109G-6 right now, if it is a representative of tamiya's current molding and engineering skills I can't wait for my next tamiya build!
  4. Really looking forward to seeing you work your magic on this one Karim! I thought I was crazy having 13 in my stash lol. Excellent choice for markings, I too would like build this one but the sharp demarcation on the spinner scares me. I am excited to see how you tackle this one.
  5. I found your review to be very informative, with personal annotations that seemed very factual. No kit bashing that I saw, just laying out the facts. Good review IMHO!
  6. Are the wing root cannon doors on backwards? The paint on the upper wing surfaces which is visible underneath the hatch location suggests they are backwards on the wings.
  7. Not sure if it's an Aim-7E2, but here's the back-end of an Aim-7. Found here
  8. Agreed - the wood finish is spectacular.
  9. Excellent photos, especially helpful having the description of the view angle. Thank you for taking the time to post these!
  10. Thank you for that information, I really appreciate the help!
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