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  1. Great photos vince14, thanks for posting!
  2. https://www.foxnews.com/video/6315464578112
  3. Fuel from the drop tank fed the main tank. The fuel gauge on the instrument panel only measured the main tank. When pumping from the drop tank the fuel gauge would read full until the drop tank was emptied. On the K series the plumbing was reconfigured slightly. The fuel line was was routed to a windowed box lower in the cockpit.
  4. The fuel line in question was the feed from the drop tank. If no drop tank was fitted, or if the tank was empty, there would not be fuel in the line.
  5. This is a fabulous resource for anyone building the Revell kit. Thank you again!
  6. That is a very comprehensive list, thank you for posting! For the totally obsessed a couple of trivial points on the spinner. On the G series the spinner back plate had scallop behind the blade... On the F the the aperture for the propeller blade were asymmetric. This is rarely seen in period photos, but here is an image where it is at least perceptible... These details would be almost be imperceptible in 1/32 scale.
  7. The DB 605 was essentially a bored out DB 601.
  8. A smart person learns from his mistakes, but a wise man learns from the mistakes of others...
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