1:72 Italeri+Revell P-51 A

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  1. djos

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    Hi to all

    Never ending story finally come to end...even i have 2 Academy P51a i decide to do something with very old and inaccurate italeri kit. So i used wings from revell kit and merge them with Italeri body, transfer guns from Italeri, add new lending lights, add camera in behind pilot seat...and some other bits...

    Lot of details should be correct to get better, or more correct plane, but this is all what i was ready to do this time.

    Camouflage....artistic approach to war by captain Paul Hexter. This scheme was never adopted in operations, reason - to complex for maintenance.

    Now...images, and thanks for looking. Best regards

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    Very nice work indeed. Turned out great.
     
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    not bad at all...
     
  5. Airframes

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    Nicely done.
     
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    Good work!
     
  7. fubar57

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    Beautiful. One of my future projects in 1/48. Bookmarked for reference. Thank you.

    Geo
     
  8. Capt. Vick

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    Sweet! Shame it wasn't adopted.
     
  9. Crimea_River

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    Somehow I knew Geo would like that one. Nice work.
     
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    I was thinking the same thing Andy. Striking scheme, well done!
     
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    Very cool and unusual!
     

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