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  1. A few weeks back I had decided that I wanted to build a F8F Bearcat, as I can't remember ever building one in any scale before. Not the old Hawk or Monogram kits, nor any of the new tool releases, which I have a few of in my stash. Seeing how I've never built an RVN/VNAF aircraft either, I decided to go with this one that I've had in my stash for several years. Especially after recently building the Hobbycraft La-5FN. I like the cross of simplicity, and detail offered in this kit So I’m kicking off my build today, using this Hobbycraft kit. It’s one of their later moldings and is pretty nicely detailed, inside and out. Here is a photo of the real aircraft in the early 60’s and the kit sprues… not too high of a parts count, so this might be a fairly rapid build And of course, assembly starts out in the cockpit I’ll get some paint on there in the next few days…
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