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P-40N in detail
Topic Started: Sep 26 2015, 05:44 AM (1,341 Views)
ww2nut
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Some detail views of the P-40...using the P-40N based at Chino.
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Joe
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InchHigh
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It's a good day to build.
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They need to apply a darker wash, you can barely see the panel lines.
Jeff

Time spent modeling is not deducted from your lifespan.

I spent most of my money on beer and women. The rest of it I just wasted.
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ww2nut
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And the rivets...where are all the rivets many put on these days. :)

Joe
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ww2nut,Sep 26 2015
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And the rivets...where are all the rivets many put on these days. :)

Joe

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kingofmen
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And someone should do a little photoetch oil drip pan. Just about all these WW2 planes needed one of those... ;)
Kevin Callahan
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