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  1. I present to you the well-known trumpeter kit in which I have used the following aftermarket products. Undercarriage,seat belts and mask by Eduard Cockpit by red fox Pitot tube by Master Wheels by Reskit PE by profimodeler The camouflage's colours are by Gunze
  2. Since there is still plenty of time left on this Group Build and with the Easter week-end coming where we are very strongly encouraged to stay home despite the gorgeous weather, I thought it would be great to start another build after finishing the Panther. My next project is the Trumpeter A-6A Intruder in Vietnam, which I plan to depict in a bombtruck configuration with 28 Snakeyes hanging down from five MERs. I have plenty of aftermarket for this one, videoaviation snakeyes, AOA decals, AMS resin wheels. I decided against the Avionix resin pit as I want to detail the cockpit using the anyz knobs and switches. My issue at the moment is I cannot find good pictures of A-6A cockpits showing not only the IP but the side and middle consoles so I can try to replicate it. Anyone has good pictures of A-6A cockpit to share? Box shot and aftermarket: Cheers, David
  3. Anyone got one yet ? http://www.1999.co.jp/eng/10287090 The stores options look better, especially for a grey missileer lugging HARMs and Harpoons. Wing fold appears unchanged from the A, making it ideal for a circa 1973-79 A-6E and 1980s A-6E TRAM, and 1990s ones with the original, more flexing wing. http://tailspintopics.blogspot.co.uk/2014/01/grumman-6-wing-fold-differences.html Has the correct revised inner wing with the smaller stall strips and ALQ-126 DECM saddles. TRAM turret fit appears optional. Don't know if I'll have the room for a second, even with both built wings-folded, but it looks nice. Anyone planning on doing 'high visibility' A-6E decals for this kit ? Tony
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