1/48 Revell P-39 Airacobra with Eduard Detail Kit.

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  1. Wolfman_63

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    Hey all, Here is what I am starting:
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    Only problem was the kit was missing all the clear parts. Contacted Revell and they sent me the entire clear tree. If you are ever missing parts or accidently break one, Revell can replace it. Their website has a form to fill out then it takes about a week to get them. Wish all companies did this.
    Anyhow onto the build.

    Had to scratch build the 37mm cannon shells. The ones with the kit looked bad (It's the plastic piece just under the cannon in the picture):
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    Cockpit came out pretty good:
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    Side view:
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    Just finished the detailing of the wings. First picture is what I started with:
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    Next up is getting the fuselage together and the landing gear.
     
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    Good stuff, should tun out a cracker.
     
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    Nice start. Got one of these in the stash so I'll be following along.

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    excellent start. It's going to beat the crap out of the ones I just finished.
     
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    Finished the Revell P-39 Airacobra with Eduard Detail Set.
    Scratch built 37mm cannon shells and feed.

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    Great job, I love the cannon shells!
     
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    Very cool!
     
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    Looks good so far!
     
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    Nice! Even nicer if the pics were bigger.
     
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    #14 Wolfman_63, Nov 17, 2014
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    How is this?

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    Congratulations for your work Mr. Wolfman_63. :D
    I liked the detail of the cab, engine and cannon shells. :thumbup:
    Rather brief the presentation of the process :rolleyes:, but with a beautiful result of the P-39.

    Bien hecho y saludos!!

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    Well the width is much better but your resolution must be very high as the file sizes are over 2Mb and take a little long to load.
     
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    Definitely well done.
     
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    Looking good...
     
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    I built the Monogram effort some thirty odd years ago. Did not turn out any where near as slick as that !! Great job.
     
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