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I am feeling some strong urges to tackle the Trumpeter A6=A in USMC Vietnam-era colors (land-based or carrier-based is equally OK). Can one of y'all provide a list of all the AM things I should include? Spare no detail. Thanks in advance.
Hello modelmakers, This is my recently finished 1/32 A-6A intruder by Trumpeter. This was a wonderful kit to build, lots of fun. It tok me about 3 month to build. The build is oob, painting was done with mrp & gunze. For whetering i used oils for the first time. I know the bird is a bit dirty, theese hi-vis birds maybe did not get this dirty, but i have a soft spot for dirty warbirds. I hope you guys like it.
AOA's favorite "modern" aircraft. Did not anticipate releasing another A-6A release in 1/32 but couldn't resist, too many combat schemes not covered. This is a LARGE release, largest by AOA (so far) - four full sheets of decals. 16 options, including two A-6B Mod 0 Iron Hands and two KA-6D tankers. Plus three CAG schemes - including the never done in any scale "patience my ass" vulture 224 scheme VMA(AW)-224 Bengals: USS Coral Sea 1971-72 (5 options - 3x A-6A including CAG scheme, 1x A-6B, & 1x KA-6D) VA-95 Green Lizards (technically not "war" but supported Operation End S
This is my review of the new Avionics A-6A Intruder cockpit set for the Trumpeter kit. First I will say that I am thrilled to have the kit in 1/32 (the A-6 has always been a favorite) and happy to see aftermarket companies like Avionix start releasing stuff to "gild the lily" on an already quite nice kit. What you get in the Avionix set (as listed in their instruction leaflet): 1. Tub 2. Rear deck 3. Hydraulic Jack Piston 4. Hydraulic Jack Actuators 5. Hydraulic Housing Duct 6. Throttle 7. Control Column 8. Throttle Quadrant Handle 9. HUD 10. Electrical Junction Box