mlicari Posted October 9, 2016 Share Posted October 9, 2016 Well, since both my A-4M and Me-262 were finished a few weeks ago, I've since started Special Hobby's SB2A-3 Buccaneer. This is a rather obscure plane, and was never used in combat. Instead, it served in a training role so that pilots could get accustomed to the performance of a front-line aircraft. As you can see, it's a mixed-media short-run kit, with photo etched parts (yuck), resin interior parts and engine (sigh), soft plastic and seems to be standard for Special Hobby: ambivalent and unclear instructions. Should be fun! Initial progress on the cockpit and rear crew position... Adding some of the interior to the fuselage sides. The mix of resin and plastic and totally unclear instructions makes it challenging to ensure everything is lined up. Not including photo-etched pieces, there are 55 plastic and resin parts that need to go in the fuselage before closing it up!!!! Quote Link to post Share on other sites
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