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A nice set of 1/32 'Jug's'

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After completing the second of the two P-47D, I couldnt help myself with the title of this post :-) 

 

This aircraft is 42-75242 which was flown by Capt Michael Quirk flying for 62nd FS/56th FG, Halesworth. 

 

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Now the two Jug's together......

 

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Jug #2 can be seen @ 

Thanks for looking at me Jugs :yahoo:

 

Edited by David Mooney

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One is bigger than the other, oh wait, no they are the same. :)

 

Nice pair of models David.

 

Ryan 

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12 hours ago, BiggTim said:

Nice jugs!! Seriously!

Awwww matron, so cheeky 'Kenneth Williams' lol! 

1 hour ago, Gerhard said:

Would love to have one of  these in my stash, but later. Very well done. 

They are great kits, maybe a little to over detailed (causing a few minor fit issues) if you're not 'opening' her up to see the extra detailing. But, a kit I'd certainly recommend. 

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2 hours ago, David Mooney said:

Awwww matron, so cheeky 'Kenneth Williams' lol! 

They are great kits, maybe a little to over detailed (causing a few minor fit issues) if you're not 'opening' her up to see the extra detailing. But, a kit I'd certainly recommend. 

I like opening them up. What I dont like are those stupid clear engine cowlings, like in the Trumpeter 1/24 P 51. 

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22 hours ago, Gerhard said:

I like opening them up. What I dont like are those stupid clear engine cowlings, like in the Trumpeter 1/24 P 51. 

You will love this kit then, the possibilities for scratch building are quite endless. 

I do agree wholeheartedly about the cowlings, the ones I had in my two kits, the detail wasn't as good as the aircraft plastic. The issue really comes when you need to panel wash the cowlings as the detail wasn't deep enough to accept a wash, so some of these panels needed a light re-scribe to open them up. None the less though, a good kit. 

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Will grab one if I see bargain, for now,  the Trump P 51 needs to be finished (98%) and I need to start the 1/24 Mozzie for the GB. 

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They look great, especially lined up together, maybe I should get one to put alongside my ancient Revell kit in the display cabinet.

 

Cheers

 

Dennis

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