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1/48 Tamiya P-51B Mustang “Reggies Reply”

February 5, 2017 in Aviation

This is 1/48 Tamiya P-51B Mustang finished with the markings of 42-106730 Reggie s Reply flown by John T Godfrey from 336th FS in April 1944.
Cockpit modified by Eduard instrument panel, Quickboost gunsight and Ultracast seat

Painting done with Alclad lacquers.
Others modifications are :
Ultracast Hamilton standard cuffed 4 blade propeller and spinner
Ultracast exhausts
Ultracast wheels
Ultracast corrected flaps
Resicast lens for landing light.
Decals are from Aeromaster 48-419 Debden Ponies part 3 set.

Happy modelling

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15 responses to 1/48 Tamiya P-51B Mustang “Reggies Reply”

  1. Another outstanding result and series of photos, Tolga….always a pleasure to see your work, sir.

  2. Whoa!! I like it!! Love looking a pretty models!! Even plastic ones!! LOL!!
    You done GOOD!!
    Bo

  3. Tolga, This came out great !, wonderful workmanship !

  4. Tolga that is one really awesome looking pony !! love the overall finish 🙂

    Cheers Brian

  5. Definitely the least-known “Reggie’s Reply,” the P-51B Godfrey had for around 10 days after Gentile went back to the US before he got sent back to join Don on the Grand Tour.

    Nice work, good markings choice.

  6. Thanks to all for their comments.

  7. Very nicely finished Tolga! – Never seen these markings before, it makes a change from the ‘usual subjects’.
    Keep uo your excellent work!

  8. Another beautiful build Tolga. Love it.

  9. Very nicely BUILD!!!

    P.k

  10. Just shows what can be done to make this classic Tamiya kit stand out from the crowd.

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