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  1. This is the second Skyraider from Trumpeter I've knocked out - the first being a Navy 'Nam Spad from circa 1964. HVAR Rockets are Eduard Brasin. The prop is the new prop from Barracuda which I have to say is excellent - apart from getting stung by Customs on import duty.... Decals are from Cap as the Trumpeter ones are very poor quality. Everything else is out of the box. Paints are the new MRP line which are stunning. Pilot is PJ Productions and the quality was pretty good. Not a great deal of colour piccies around of the Korean War spads but enough black and whit
  2. Anyone who has followed my last build of the Trumpeter P-47D Razorback may be a little surprised that my next project will be another Trumpeter kit. Now, you may be questioning my sanity but hey, I build models, so that question has already been answered. However, there is method in my madness. I like P-40's and so when this kit was released, it was a must have so I bought it very soon after. Then I started to read about the shallow cockpit so I left it in my stash, but bought the CMK resin cockpit and some Eduard photoetch and had every intention of building it, but work got in the way.
  3. This is a model I started back in 2016, but which started to drive me nuts, so it went to reside on my shelf of doom, together with a Trumpy P-51B. The model represents a P-47D-10RE Rozzie Deth/Boche Buster flown by Lt. Fred Christensen of 62nd Fighter Squadron of the 56th Fighter Group of the USAAF Eighth Air Force based at Halesworth in March 1944. Christensen scored 10.5 of his eventual 21.5 kills on this aircraft. As this is a D-10, it is not fitted with underwing pylons which didn't come into play until the D-15 with it's strengthened wing spar, and it also fitted with the 12ft 2in Cur
  4. Hello all, I hope you all have been surviving lockdown by modelling-on.....I have. I set about Trumpeters P-47D bubble top version and I was pretty pleased with the kit, I have but the Razorback version and that game me a lot of issues, so this was a surprise and a pleasure. I attempted for the first time a natural metal finish (NMF), so I tried using extreme metal paint by AK and I found them very fragile and had to have a change of plan. I opted for the Mr metal colour paints by Gunze and these were fantastic and very durable when applied. I added a few aftermarket pi
  5. Here is my first contribution to this GB: 1/32 Trumpeter A-10A converted to a A-10C. The chosen scheme is Indiana ANG Black Snakes. I bought this kit cheap as it had been started by someone else. The guy had glued the front fuselage together and that was it. I ended up sawing the front fuselage to eliminate the kit's cockpit and insert the Aires resin cockpit updated with Harold's A-10C miniset which I highly recommend. I don't think I have done it justice, but I am a modeler of moderate skills. I underestimated the amount of work this kit represents as the fit is really not great. Anyway I h
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