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    Hi guy's

    i am thinking of buying a dragon p-51 mustang, 1/32 scale

    Have you guy's any idea what Revell paints i would require for this model as the ones i have seen are more or less silver with the odd bit of colour.

    Sorry for more questions:oops:

    Keith
     
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    Thanks Lucky

    changed my mind now. To much work on the p-51 for me
     
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    The Dragon kit turns out well, eventually! But, believe me, it's a bl**dy nightmare for parts fit. The fit of the beautiful internal parts doesn'y exist - they don't match up.
    However, the (cheaper) old Hasegawa kit is still pretty good, and you wouldn't have fit prioblems. There are a couple of small inaccuracies , such as the seat and control column, but it makes a nice model.
    If you're going for a 'bare metal' bird, have a look at my thread on 'Bare Metal Finishes'.
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    Quite the salesman aren't we? :lol:
     
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    Well, that's what it was written for! He He! I kept it secret for many years you know.......
     

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