Northrop N9M Test Aircraft

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    #1 otftch, Oct 13, 2011
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    This is a Northrop N9M2 test-bed aircraft for the Northrop flying wings. The aircraft is painted as it appeared post-war and one of the three built survives today. The kit is from Sword and is to 1/72 scale.
    Not such an easy aircraft to photograph.
    Ed
     

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    Nice one Ed. I made that kit some time ago. Very interesting aircraft. I believe one of them is still flying.
     
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    great stuff Ed
     
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    Ed, wouldn't it be easier if you just listed the 3 or 4 1/72 model kits that you HAVE NOT built yet? Hahahahaha
     
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    Nice work Ed!
     
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    Great stuff Ed.
     
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    Amazing 'flying object'...
     
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    Yet another good one. Never have heard of Sword kits. Relatively new? I thought most of your legacy builds were late 70s or early 80s for the most part.
     
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    Nice one Ed, what brand kit is the XP-67 next to it?

    Mike
     
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    Nice work yet again Ed!
     
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    I agree. New house soon? :lol:
     
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    #15 otftch, Oct 14, 2011
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    Most of my builds are older kits mainly because the current money crunch is killing me. I'm doing mostly what I have stored away.
    Mike, I beleive the XP-67 is an MPM kit but it might be Sword also. The memory is the first to go.
    Thank you all for you comments.
    Ed
     
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    Nice collection of models in the second photo.

    DBII
     
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    Very cool!
     
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    I don't believe anyone has yet made an injection molded "Moonbat" Ed. Are you sure it's not resin? If not I gotta get me one of those puppies!
     
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    Sorry I was thinking of the XP-56. You're right the XP-67 is resin.
    Ed
     
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    By the way, great looking collection. Cheers!
     
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