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BoeingDriver

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  1. It’s a good kit. Not completely accurate but the details are better than the outdated Revell kit. It does have the incorrect MLG and missing details from the rear cockpit. For me, not a deal breaker. Overall fit is great.
  2. I believe the OV-10G has the same props as a Metroliner and MU-2. I know the engines are the same. If you can find kits of either, maybe you can cannibalize the props from one to the other. Just a thought.
  3. Didn’t know that. Thanks!
  4. I need more details on how he did it. Heck, I’d pay him to make those for me!
  5. Paging Erik Boynton!!! You built a wonderful EP-3. Can you give more details on how you made the prop disc’s? (Forgive me for re-posting your pic)
  6. Sorry, I was referring to the F-4, but thanks for the info on both.
  7. I believe you're making a mistake. Do you have a picture of the panels in question? From what I remember, from the many times I've walked on top of the jet, or pulled a panel -- you can see those pretty well.
  8. Would a Wolfpack pit for a Kinetic kit fit into a Hase?
  9. I wonder if that airplane was still around today, would it have been upgraded to the MB seats the T-38C's have?
  10. Yes and no; however, if you don't tell anyone those were viper launchers instead of LAU-128's...
  11. CFT pylons are a part of the CFT's structure. The pylons can be removed, but the CFT will no longer be serviceable. BRU-46 racks (up to 500lbs) are on the top. BRU-47's (up to 2000lbs) on the bottom, centerline, and wing pylons.
  12. I had to recover that jet when they came home from DS2.
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