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  1. Hello everyone, This is my first time to post a build on here and I'm a little ways into my build already but I thought why not share my progress and gather some others' input for future builds. I'm making the 1/32 Tamiya P-51D pretty much OOB. I do plan to use some OOP Pyn-up decals I have. I can't decide which one I want to do first though, I'm torn between Passion Wagon and Moon Mullins' P-51D. Both of these birds are early production P-51s with a filletless tail. Before I post pictures of my decals can someone please tell me if it's allowed to post nude pin-ups that were nose art? I'l
  2. After building both the Tamiya A6M Zero and Spitfire, I am eager to sink my teeth into their P-51D Mustang! Adding a few AM bits, Barracuda resin tires, G-Factor brass gear, and HGW seatbelts. Not certain yet which markings I plan to use, so for now will start with building the engine then move onto the wings until I figure out which production block the finished model will be, as the cockpit has numerous differences between them. So for now, a quick photo of the box and AM bits, and on to the build!
  3. G Day folks, Wishing you all a Merry Christmas I would like to launch this new project. Being this a very special time of the year I would like to make a special tribute to Major George Preddy by modelling one of his famous mounts. This is the P-51D Cripes A'Mighty 3rd, HO-P, factory serial number 44-13321. Among a batch of brand new P-51Ds assigned to 352nd FG that month, Major Preddy took command of this ship and flew it for the first time 14th June 1944. This was the 3rd aircraft that “Ratsy†named Cripes A'Mighty. This aircraft was a P-51D early version without fin fillet
  4. Hi. This is my first buildlog on LSP Forum, so here we go. From This To This I let the pics do the talking, since pictures say more rhan thousand words. /Mal Edited: changed the size of the pictures.
  5. Tamiya P-51D MUSTANG Col. C.E. “Bud†Anderson Old Crow P-51D-10-NA Needing to renew the juices and deciding to put the Skyraider on hold until until I feel the desire to pick up the build again, I decided I wanted to literally get back in the 32nds scale saddle again and build another Tamiya Mustang. Needing a relaxing and enjoyable build, the Mustang fit the bill absolutely perfectly. The project will be basically OOB, with some enhancing by including Barracuda resin upgrade parts, some Eduard PE sets, Brassin Wheel Set, HGW seatbelts and 'Dingy' cushion and decals from EagleCal.
  6. Hi Guys Well, I have taken some pics of my Mustang along the way, just gonna put them up on here to show how far I am with it....... You'll have to forgive some of the images as they are a bit grainy, and the modelling is not great, as it is my first real heavy build in 30 years, as I left the hobby to get on with real life for a while then got back into it by painting figures.... Let me know what you think Dave
  7. Finished this one today, what an awesome kit! After building Tamiya's A6M5, I thought it was the best ever. Their Spitfire was even better, and I loved that one too. This one is even better, and I can only surmise that their Corsair will top this one. I will soon find out! Tamiya's 1/32 P-51D, built as Col. Glenn Eagleston's "Feeble Eagle" of the 353rd FS. Built mostly from the box, with Barracuda Resins tires, G-factor tailwheel strut and HGW seatbelts. Main decals are from Eagle Editions, stencil decals are from Fundekals. All of the decals performed flawlessly. I scratchbuilt so
  8. UPDATE 1/20/14: THE OPENING ROUND BLASPHEMY! Big Beautiful Doll, my first serious P-51, is no more. My best effort as of that date, she just looked sad and left behind by Old Crow, when side by side in the display case. I decided to do the unthinkable: a re-build, as best as I could. My goal would be to do a total cosmetic transformation, repairing all the external faults and blemishes, closing up the engine cowlings and gun bays, making the Mustang ready for flight in the markings of Lt. Robert Williams' Duchess Arlene: (P-15D-15-NA), 332nd FS, The Tuskegee Airman. The plan was simple, the
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