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B-25J Mitchell "Ave Maria" 1/32


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Hallo Everyone,

I would like introduce my new project B-25J. Basically it´s a HK models kit + Eduard, Profimodellers details set and my scratch. For me, this model is step to the correct reproduction of NMF surface, which I need for still opened P-51 The Enchantress. So I start with the cocpit.  Thanks for the comments :rolleyes:

 

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Second part which is partly finished is Bendix upper turret. By the internet source I made a missing parts on the upper part of the turret, it´s close to the origin I hope.

After installing of guns to the turret I would like also install the bullet transport cones and, if will be possible also ammunition belts....

 

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 Thomas, 

Excellent  start to your model.

'Ave Maria' cockpit and turret looks very good .

Flawless  painting etc.

 

:thumbsup:  :goodjob:

Will return to see more of your SUPERB build.

MARU5137 

 

(and hello and :post1:   ).

 

 

 

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wow, the parts shown are incredibily realistic, congratulations! :bow:


I don't understand why practicing on a big B25 and then making a P51 with the experience gained, but you are the boss!


if I may, the shoulder straps on the seat have an unnatural trend compared to the buckles: so pulling the small strips to tighten them, they would actually loosen, I guess... :hmmm:

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super sweet painting and weathering, and also great pictures!

 

you'll see barely 10% of that cockpit and interior stuff though right? seems such a shame

 

looking forward to seeing what you can do with the bits we will see :popcorn:

 

cheers

Nick

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