Gruman J-2/F Duck

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    ...... I would like to have a couple of these in 1/200 scale.



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    .... A special thanks to avialogs ............................ [​IMG]




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    Many thanks Mike!!!
     
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    Greetings Guy, Gals;


    Thank You for your Support ............ [​IMG] .... [​IMG]


    Be cool,


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    Excellent reference, thanks!
     
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    Beautiful!!!
     
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    Thank you very much I been trying to find the Parts catalogue for this though and man is it elusive
     
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    Fantastic
    I remember in the 70's Frank Tallman and his beautiful J2F came to Chino several times.
    I found his way of keeping the oil off the aircraft wonderfully simple - several lengths of stove pipe held together with a bungee that extend all the way to the ground and stuffed with shredded cotton waste.
    The waste catches the oil as it spews out the exhaust on start, a person on the ground collects the waste, unclips the stove pipes and stows them and the waste in the box in the back of the aircraft. Clean aircraft and clean tarmac with the minimum of effort.
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