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  1. In progress 1/48th North American P-51H Mustang by Modelsvit - release in 2nd half 2019. At last something else than the usual D model. This Mustang type was once upon a time the backbone of the ANG units. KursadA if you read this thread... Source: https://www.facebook.com/modelsvit/posts/2319912991611072 V.P.
  2. I have proposed a rather ambitious list of projects. However, this is not too much out of my usual build routine. I usually get 10 -12 kits built in year. I just have them all mapped out in advance for once. The part that will bog me down is the publishing the day to day work that is taking place in the forum. I will do my best. To reiterate my plans I am showing the first four projects. Monogram(ProModeller)-vs-ICM P-51B Mustang Models USA-vs-Roden O-1 Bird Dog Academy-vs-HobbyBoss F8F-1 Bearcat And for now at least: HobbyBoss-vs-Grand Phoenix FJ-4B Fury Too keep on track, these will be pretty much OOB with new decals as needed. Some of these have been waiting in the garage along time to see the light of day. If these progress ok I still have the P-61s and the EA-6B to add in. Cheers Geoff M
  3. So was out of town most of last month hence while I have not posted any of these videos. Back to looking at 32nd scale aircraft kits again this week with a look at Hasegawa's older boxing of their P-51D Mustang kit.
  4. Hi gents, I want to show you my progres on this great kit, cheers! Antonio
  5. I am trying to build a history of the 366th FG-FBG-FBW-TFW-FW from WWII to today. I have seventeen 1/48 fighter kits, four 1/72 tanker & bomber kits and decals for most types. The one type I am missing any information or photos of is the F-51D while at Alexandria AFB, LA from Jan - late 1953, before the FBG converted to F-86Fs. From the Fogotten Aircraft website I have the following five serial numbers: P-51D-25-NA s/n 44-73026 *1953: USAF 390th FBS (366th FBG). P-51D-25-NA s/n 44-73288 *1950: Iowa ANG 124th FS. *1953: USAF 391st FBS (366th FBG). *5/28/1953: Written off at Alexandria AFB, LA. P-51D-30-NA s/n 44-74470 *1950: North Carolina ANG 156th FS. *1953: USAF 391st FBS (366th FBG). *4/3/1953: Crashed near Columbus, GA due to engine failure. P-51D-30-NA s/n 44-74557 *1948: USAF 307th FS (31st FG). *1953: USAF 391st FBS (366th FBG). *5/28/1953: Written off at Alexandria AFB, LA. P-51D-30-NT s/n 45-11730 *1953: USAF 390th FBS (366th FBG). This is the last aircraft type I need info for to complete my 366th Fighter Wing history build. Over the past six months, I have sent numerous emails to both of the USAF Historical archives (Wright-Patt & Maxwell) and the 366th FW at Mountain Home and received nothing. Any help is greatly appreciated. R/ Dutch
  6. Hello everyone, this is my not so recent P-51 Mustang from ICM in 1/48 scale. I was waiting for the article to appear a magazine but it is over an year of waiting now so.. screw it, I am posting the article on my website Read the build article here http://www.mmscalemodels.com/2017/12/p-51-d-15-mustang-plastic-scale-model.html Best regards M.
  7. Apart from the Eduard PE seat belts, this was built OOB. This was a build of "firsts" for me: first WWII plane, first propeller plane and first build completed in overall silver. It was painted with Polished Aluminium from AK Interactive's new Xtreme Metal range. It went down rather smoothly and had a great shine over a coat of gloss black. However, it did not adhere well to the kit's surface and several parts rubbed off. After spraying the appropriate areas back with the paint, I sealed the whole model with Mr Color gloss clear. This helped protect the paint thoroughly at the expense of the coating losing a bit of the metallic sheen. I elected to keep weathering to a minimum. What little you see was done with oils and pigments. Hope you enjoy the photos! Mark
  8. Back to real subjects this week with Airfix's 1/72nd scale P-51D Mustang kit.
  9. Looks like Airfix's next release after the Walrus will be a new P-51D. www.airfix.com%2Fuk-en%2Fnews%2Fworkbench%2Fnew-wwii-classic-in-148th-scale%2F&ref=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.network54.com%2FForum%2F149674&title=Plane Talking - HyperScale's Aircraft Scale Model Discussion Forum%3A Airfix Facebook page hinting that a new 1%2F48 P-51 to be announced. nt&txt=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.airfix.com%2Fuk-en%2Fnews%2Fworkbench%2Fnew-wwii-classic-in-148th-scale%2F
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