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Kinetic 1/24 P-47D Razorback Thunderbolt

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I have this kit, lovely work!

I hope they follow up in co-operation with the planned VFS Spitty and Corsair as they'd be very good sellers I think.

Then there's always the Hellcat, Wildcat..................aaah happy days!

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That kit has some issues with the instructions and which part goes where (especially with the engine), but my it looks nice when built up.

 

Great job!

 

TW

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Guest Peterpools

Michael

Terrific build and finish

:clap2::clap2::clap2:

Peter

 

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Posted (edited)
2 hours ago, mattlow said:

Are you going to show the prop spinning (or whatever those wires power up?)

 

No prop motor. I added a Light Genie to the model which allows for remote control of lighting in the model. When I was first learning to fly with the CAP in the early 1970s, the squadron had a huge wall-mounted training aid for the switches, relays, and lights for cockpit, navigation, identification, etc., for the P-47/P-51 which the Light Genie could mimic. One effect is steady or blinking nav lights which, in the model, are LED and fiberoptic, and two types of cockpit lighting like these:

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