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About edfifer

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  • FirstName
    David
  • LastName
    Fifer
  • IPMS Number
    23673
  • City
    Farmington
  • State
    Utah
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    Male
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    Farmington, Utah
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    Aircraft, Armor, Ships, Space, Figures
  1. Hi Joe, that must have been fun scratch building the interior. I put off buying the Cobra set for years and then when they discontinued it I suddenly wished I had bought it. When Lone Star reissued it last year I didn't waste any time and bought one, but I don't know when I'll get around to building my kit. The Hill AFB Museum near me also has a Huskie which I've studied over the years. Besides the rotor head, the servo flaps on the kit blades are also simplified and would benefit from some reworking. I've thought it would be fun to build the original motorized version straight from the box and enter it in an IPMS contest documented with some pictures of a Huskie with giant penlight batteries photoshopped into the rear compartment. Good luck with your build!
  2. If you're building it for competition, you might want to look at Lone Star Models' detail set for this kit if you haven't already: https://www.lonestarmodels.com/store/p_109341/lsmcc-32004-h-43-huskie-interior-set (I have no connection to LSM. I'm just a fellow modeler who likes the detail set.)
  3. Read all six pages for lots of "expert" discussion: http://www.arcforums.com/forums/air/index.php?/topic/21362-mustang-wings-and-panel-seams/&
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