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I chose this kit for it's simplicity and the fact it doesn't require the painting skills I don't yet have, although I may attempt to change some of the colors, and add a few permitted details.

 

BTW, if anyone know's where I can find a review/build of this kit I'd appreciate the heads-up.

 

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This should be fun! I remember drooling over that kit as a kid but not being able to afford it....

 

Welcome to the GB!

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Fred,

Great choice.Monogram's P-51 is the only P-51 in 1/32 scale I've built,good kit but a rotten build on my part.D*#& those little gluey fingerprint and smeared paint.I think maybe my skills have improved since that build,just maybe.Enough with the childhood flashback,good luck with your project.Keep us posted.

Regards,

Gregory Jouette

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I've still got those oxygen cylinders from the kit I built back in the early 60's. Painted them orange for some reason. I remember very little about this kit but am fairly sure mine wasn't a motorized version.

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Hey cool Fred :rolleyes:

 

I got that model for Chistmas 1961 and started building it right away

though it looked way over my head my Dad said "Just do what the instructions say".

Well I did and mine worked fine too.

...until my sister sat on it :rolleyes: :rolleyes:

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Wow, phantom builds are for people capable of clean work like you are. I could never ever build such a model.

Interesting to see this kit has the wheel well housing structure "right"... or at least not wrong.

Congrats,

Loic

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Wow! I'm really sorry.. I totally missed that this one was finished. It looks great!

 

I'll get these pics posted in the gallery. Great job!

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