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Glynn Jacobs

Resin Prop Dreams, 1/72

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Just a few dreams for the new year for some resin prop stuff in 72n d scale.

Can SOMEONE please make the following;

 

AC-47 - .50 cal positions, reflectors, smoke extractors, nose sensors for a Salvadoran bird; Italeri kit,

O-2B - radio stack for rear cabin, instrument panels, Airfix kit,

OV-1D - large S.L.A.R. pod for an Argentine bird; Hasegawa kit, and,

OV-10C - 4-bladed prop for a Philippino bird; Academy kit.

 

Just dreaming but.....

 

WARDOG

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Sheesh, Glynn!  You don't mind asking for much, do ya?  LOL!  Hoping that all your wishes come true this holiday season!  [Well, your plastic model wishes, at least!] Semper fi! Dutch 

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Hi-ya, Dutch.

 

Looks like I will either die or go blind before these things come into existence but I remember dreaming of new kits from Revell after making the same ones more than twice back in the late 60s!  May have to take a stab at scratch-building what I need/want with these 60-year-old eyes! :-)

 

Christmas Greetings to You and Yours, my Friend and a hearty "Oooh-Rah!" from the old Squid LT!

 

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Glynn,

 

If you have drawings and a good tape measure, you could probably input some data points into a CAD program and 3-D print the parts.  Then you WOULD be a real hero!  Just a thought.

 

R/

Dutch

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I might as well add;

 

Revell Atlantic II conversion - new: avionics cooling intakes on side of nose, forward position in nose, wing pods, dorsal antennas, and corrected vertical stabilizer with short front filet. 

 

I KNOW these parts are available from L' arcenal from France but those resin parts are more expensive than the kit!  How about making some extra parts for your BEAUTIFUL Atlantic kit to turn it into a proper French bird, Revell?

 

 

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