Cockpit and wheels.

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    I am currently building the Trumpeter 1/32 cale F4F Wildcat and the 1/32 Hobbycraft(Trumpeter) P-40. I need wheels for both kits and a cockpit for the P-40. Does anyone have a source for these?
     
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    Try this place. It is wear I found my cockpit and cabin intereior detail sets and my crewmembers for the Blackhawk that I am working on now (well sort of working on).

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    Infact I just did a quick search of the site to see what I could find (only for the Wildcat) and this is what I found.

    Cockpit detail set
    Landing Flap Detail set

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    Hi !!!

    As far as P-40 is concerned,there is a link to a nice article about the model assembling:
    P-40B by Jeffrey Oliveira (Trumpeter 1/32)

    There is the link to the site where you can find the resin kits (cockpit and wheels) used by the modeler in the article above.
    Jerry Rutman's product list

    There are two pics of the manual assembling for the Czech firm "CMK" resin cockpit (No.5005) and the link to CMK site.
    .:CMK:.
     

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    Tere is a link to a site where you can find some of accessories for USA planes.
    The names of firms could help you to find you need.

    ACESSORIES FOR AMERICAN AIRCRAFT MODELS IN 1:32 SCALE

    There some of the accessories from the site:

    Grumman F-4F-4 Eduard 32109 Cockpit detaling, for Trumpeters Wildcat
    Grumman F-4F-4 Verlinden 2073 Cockpit and gunbays, for Trumpeter Wildcat
    Grumman F-4F-4 Cutting Edge Modelwork 32006 wheels,weighted, for F4F Wildcat

    Curtiss P-40B Lone Star Models LSM Cockpit detail set.
    Curtiss P-36 / Hawk 75 or P-40B Cutting Edge 32137 Cockpit super detail set with moulded on US Style seat belts.
    Curtiss P-36 / Hawk 75 or P-40B Cutting Edge 32145 Cockpit super detail set with poseable on US Style seat belts.

    I hope it would be helpful.
     
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    WOW! Ask and ye shall recieve. Thanks all. And Wurner, can't say enough. Thanks again. Chaz.
     
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    You are welcomw mate. :)
     
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