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wdedig

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  1. I wanted a little bit of a challenge after a Tamiya 1/72nd P-51 I got exactly what I asked for. Challenges Vallejo Olive Drab and Tamiya rattle-can Camel Yellow colors were the only simple items. The basic parts all had flash,All need some sort of work Struts needed trimming and pins inserted for support. Landing Gear parts were all needing trimmed and adjusted and I think I still missed the mark. Rigging was all steel wire to simulate the metal braces I will say the resin engine cylinders needed minimal cutting. I did add Albion tubing and copper plug wires Tons of stuff but just posted Final results Cheers Bill
  2. Thanks Gil That is Xtracrylic PRU Blue. Just a change from OD/Neutral gray. Upcoming P-47 will be OD/NG Cheers
  3. I reversed the props after other feedback
  4. Very Nice Gil. I do miss the colors though well Done Bill
  5. Greetings Just Adding my next to last 8th AF Project in 1/72nd. Eduard interior details and Uschi Line Xtracrylic PRU Blue with some white in spots. Uschi Powders on Wheel details and some weathering..(Love that Stuff ) Thanks for Looking Comments are Always welcome Bill
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    Small Tiger

    Thanks for the Positive feedback Guys Cheers Bill
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    Small Tiger

    This is the Trumpeter 1/144 Rafale Tiger kit. Mostly trouble free build with very nice responding decals. Gunze Paints and Uschi powders Space is becoming critical at Home. Thanks for looking Comments always welcome Cheers Bill
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    F-16 Tiger

    Thanks Guys The Revell of Germany 1/144kits have been great and their decals really work well. Cheers Bill
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    F-16 Tiger

    Great little Model and Markings Wine Seal for F.O.D. covers Revell of Germany Kit and decals except wing walk lines from spares. This is the 1/144th scale Belgian F-16. Painted with Gunze and Uschi Powders on Exhaust. Thanks for Looking Bill D
  10. This is part of my 8th Af Project . Trying to have a representation of the main players from 8th AF in WWII. Need to complete a P-38 and will be completed. Simple OD over Neutral Gray Basic Kit decals and some aftermarket decals Thanks for looking Comments always Welcome Bill
  11. Gil That is friggin Beautiful. That is the coolest ugly aircraft designed and you really made it shine...Great work Cheers Bill
  12. Amazing work. Good Luck.Looking good :smiley14: :smiley14: Bill
  13. Thanks for all the Positive feedback Guys Bill
  14. Greetings Completed Tonight, Hasagawa kit part of my "Wake Island Avengers" collection Red Light added after initial photos Cheers Comments are cool Bill
  15. Thanks Mark I will complete my collection with the 1/72nd Tamiya Mosquito MK VI. Looking for Stars of David with Blue Surrounds. Any ideas? Cheers Bill
  16. Greetings First Photo is B&W to kind of set the tone. 1950's era Israeli Mustang between Independence War and Suez Crisis Super Kit, Markings are mostly from Spares Box except the 101 "Angel of Death" emblem that I got on a special sheet from Hannants. Tried to do the wings as oxidized,so just some Dull Aluminum from Alclad Rounded the kit prop tips for a more realistic version according to Photos This is a truly sweet kit to build. Working on a a Israeli Prop aircraft collection with the Mosquito up next. Thanks For Looking Bill
  17. Thanks Rusty Most were shot outside and I had plenty of sunshine here in Pittsburgh.. :smiley16: :smiley16: Thanks Again Bill
  18. Thanks Guys for the compliments Bill :gold-plane:
  19. Greetings The "Thud" is now complete with the addition of the FOD Covers Vacuform from Koster and Aluminum Rod Cheers Bill
  20. Thanks Gil I really enjoyed this model. It was fun digging back in the memory banks to 1974 in Kansas. Cheers Bill
  21. Greetings I was thinking of going to Omaha with this when completed ,but after completion I realized I would have to purchase another seat. This is a Large Aircraft. I tried Photos outside with different Backdrops. This is a model of an F-105F from when I was stationed at McConnell AFB in 1973. Simple backdate of the Monogram F-105G. I added Metal Landing Gear and Master Pitot both good additions I used Uschi Powders on the Dive Brake Exhaust Petals Paints were a collection of "What I Had" Gunze Dark Green, Testors Acrylic Lighter Green, Vallejo Brown and Humbrol Gray This is a great classic model kit I still have a few items to add,(F.O.D. covers) Thanks for Viewing Bill
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