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  1. Tamiya, usually caters to their home market first. That being said, I would venture to say that a F6F Hellcat might be in the cards, followed by a P-38. In the case of the P-38 the research has already been done.
  2. Great job Karl! I'm glad I was able to help you put this one over the finish line.
  3. https://rover.ebay.com/rover/0/0/0?mpre=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.ebay.com%2Fulk%2Fitm%2F302788101443
  4. Type P-61 1/32 on Ebay. You will find individual sprues for sale. You should find what you need.
  5. Karl The landing gear should be on it's way. One question, are you using the propeller provided in the kit? If you are may I recommend using the Hamilton Standard prop in the Hasegawa P-47D as a replacement. The Trumpeter offering has some shape issues, that would be a pain to address.
  6. I have the g-factor gear for the Corsair if you still want them. PM your address and I will get them out to you. John
  7. http://s3.zetaboards.com/locate_and_cement/topic/7545255/1/ Surprisingly hard to find, here you go.
  8. The Allies put these aircraft in expositions after the war, they were were often painted with non standard markings.
  9. My money would be on a Hellcat series, the engine is already tooled, no problems there. Additionally Tamyia caters to the home market first, so a combatant of Empirial Japan wouldbe a safe bet.
  10. There are two sheets currently available. Zotz makes a sheet for the grey and green scheme, the other is by Techmod. Another dark blue P-47M. Sadly no two tone blue M decals exist at the moment.
  11. The main external differences are the external pylons, reduced armament 2 mk108's instead of 4, and larger wheels
  12. Is there any chance of you resuming your Corsair build? I had an idea of a F4U-4 kitbash. I was hoping to see your completed build for inspiration.
  13. I used the Master Model c wing Spitfire set for my Revell Typhoon a couple of years back, of course you will need two sets.
  14. Master Model makes a great set of barrels that will enhance your build. Great work so far. John The link takes you to the 1/48 scale version, but they are also in 1/32.. http://www.aircraftresourcecenter.com/Rev4/3401-3500/rev3409-AM48021/00.shtm
  15. I used a Dremel tool with a steel brush attachment.
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