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I have already sand and cut a lot from both the plastic and resin parts to get the really "fat" cockpit itself to almost fit, but then there are still two more "walls"🤮 Just how is it possible to fit everything inside? Has anyone got experience?
Whilst I am awaiting the paint to dry on my Corsair, I would start on my 2nd build for the GB. With the transition to the F-4 Phantom II in 1964/1965, VMF-115, was re designated to VMFA-115, were deployed to Da Nang Air Base, Republic of Vietnam on October 14, 1965. During the Vietnam War. VMFA-115 flew more than 34,000 combat sorties, providing close air support for Marines during such battles as the Tet Offensive, Battle of Hue, Battle of Khe Sahn, and Task Force Delta. The squadron was awarded the Hanson Trophy in 1971 by the Commandant of the Marine Corps. In March 1971 VMFA
Good day all guys, finally I finished my AV-8B and was able to take some pics;unfortunately my beloved camera's gone and I'h revert to my father's one,so sorry for the quality... The kit is the already noted kit from the Japanese producer,with some shortcomings. As AM I added: -Eduard PE ( very little used ) -Eduard Brassin Rockeyes and Aim-9L ( wow) -Aires cockpit ( as always a pain to fit to the model),wheels and wheel wells,exhaust nozzles -Quickboost speedbrake -Master model IFR tip -Microscale decals Also.some scratched parts. The mod