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  1. It still has a "fat" fuselage from nose to tail but the flat area in front of the windscreen has been addressed. 1/48 HK B-17 Interior Parts If you look at the instrument panel bulkhead you can see that it's indeed flattened whereas on the 1/32 kit its a completely circular shape.
  2. They corrected it on the 1/48 early -G kit, can't imagine that they went back to the incorrect frame profile for this one.
  3. looks pretty straight forward, thanks for posting the correction instructions
  4. Some odd things on the paint sheet, it's showing 2 satcom dish antennas and a weather radar which are CV-22 items (that I know of)
  5. I've been gathering some references for an HK strafer kit and keep coming across the mention that forward combat units weren't permitted have nose art. Most of the Navy and Marine pictures just show black or white numbers on the forward fuselage.
  6. You could opt for just the nozzles and skip the afterburner can sections dropping the price in half for you.
  7. 1/48 F3D Skyknight 1/48 HH-3 1/48 A-1E 1/72 P2V 1/72 P-3
  8. Damn, I was going to be content only thinking that they were doing a -B...now I'll be patiently waiting longer for the -R and -J too.
  9. Used to have success with them but that was years ago. It always since seemed when I thought I was getting a deal on a kit I would later see it on the list of kits where the deals didn't apply to.
  10. pics look much better here than on Facebook, great work
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