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Antonio Argudo

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  1. No problem Chris, glad to help. I think it belongs to a post war swiss Mustang, I post it because the floor view, as you said there is some modification done on that cockpit here some tuskegee pictures, happy modeling mate! cheers
  2. Hi Chris, nice work on that cockpit, on the Mustang floor, what you painted in green was a fabric cover, I quick colored your picture as a guide, hope it helps, cheers!
  3. here some interesting documents cheers
  4. Hi John, from what I remember reading in the p51 SIG some years ago, back in ww2 there was already a normative from the end of 44 to paint everything visible in black behind the pilot seat in order to avoid sun reflections in the cockpit, if the Korean Mustangs keep like that I don't know for sure but seems more like it, this is a replication of that in a warbird Mustang, cheers
  5. this example at DAYTON, Ohio is still wearing the black paint over the I.G.
  6. great project John, I'm looking forward to see the build going on, I am tempted to do a Korean Mustang too, about the differences with ww2 don't forget the cockpit were painted entirely in black, best luck mate! cheers
  7. HI Derek, cool project mate, however using Hasegawa's kit as a base wouldn't recommend it, it has big shape issues all around... a cheap option is the revell kit which captures the Mustang shape perfectly, anyway good luck mate, gotta love those oussies ponies!!! cheers
  8. Hi Peter, about the Wing finish All Mustangs even Allison engine models had their wings treated, this diagram by John Terrell is very illustrative, also attached is the NAA prodeceture, hope it helps! cheers
  9. wonderful Miloslav, really like the flaps, did you carve the stressed skin or is it some kind of aftermarket? cheers
  10. thanks for your words, I appreciate it, some PS composition with my model, thanks to Raul and Andrew Forrester cheers
  11. Thanks Kev, I will try to shoot some pics tomorrow at open air, hopefully more sexy angles will appear, greetings to Melbourne, I lived there for 2 years, cheers! Antonio
  12. absolutely gorgeous build, really enjoyed the process, can't wait to follow your next project! cheers
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