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Hasegawa T-33A's in 1/72

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When I did my T-33 for the Far Out Far East GB I Placed a piece of scrap cut roughly ( most of my efforts fit this description)to shape using the upper part of existing bay molding as a attachment point about 2/3 along towards the rear and blocked in the rear end with putty.This did leave a ridge but I could live with that better than the great hole . Hope this helps. Will be watching your solution with interest .Both models are looking great .

Martin H

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