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Vince Maddux

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  1. I didn't think about the C172 Skyhawk and the Cessna 150! I have flown both several times although I never went for my pilots license. They where easy a lots of fun to fly.
  2. Me too, But I also love the T-37/A-37 and the Monogram kit
  3. The Monogram kit has noting to do with the older T-37 kits or the Aurora A-37 kit.
  4. Since we are doing odd and favorite threads how about your favorite trainer. Something different for the "Fighter Mafia" My top three: t-37 T-6 Yak-130
  5. NM, that's for the main cheatline
  6. In the NASA graphics standard manual it does list it as FS15102.
  7. I noticed it wasn't sold, do you still have it?
  8. Now here is a really bad two seater to single seater , The Hawk 200. couldn't they just take a standard hawk and replace the rear seat with a fuel tank or something?
  9. To slightly mirror the topic about what plane looks strange with it's landing gear down, How about this? What planes look bad as a two seater, or what plane plane looks better as a family model? For me I like all twin seaters ...... well except the TF-102, that looks way off.
  10. I give another vote for the Wolfpack kit. I've built 4 of them. I was ordering the kit from South Korea. I was getting the one with South Korean markings cheap.
  11. Errrrr, This is what I get for drawing airplanes in English class in school. Plus I'm a bit LD.
  12. Crap, I just looked through my Trumpeter kit and it has two sets of wing spruce and no fuselage spruce !!🤬🤬
  13. Also the dorsal hump is molded to the fuselage on the Trumpeter kit. On the Monogram kit, there is a slight raised area for it.
  14. Look over in the Jet section, I replied to your post there too
  15. Monogram. to make a T-37 you will have to: add a bulge in front of the intakes find make flat main gear doors remove the gun and the camera in the nose fill in areas where the intake screens go. fill in the pylon slots build wing tips. also the T-37 doesn't have the large trust deflectors That's the basics. For extra credit you can: fix the belly the engines on the T-37 and not as deep as the A-37 and the main wheels are thinner . That's all I can think of off the top of my head when I did my conversion. Alot of this, if not all would apply to the Trumpeter kit.
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