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Douglas A 20G Boston, A28-60, 22 Sqn RAAF Noemfoor Island 1944.

April 23, 2017 in Aviation

1/72 MPM, I modified a few things, upper turret guns hinge, added alloy foil to landing lights, tinned copper wire push rod tubes to engines, finished in MM enamels with Future and Xtra flat over kit and Aussie decals from the spares box.

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14 responses to Douglas A 20G Boston, A28-60, 22 Sqn RAAF Noemfoor Island 1944.

  1. Very clean looking build. Love the contrast of the OD/mid green on top.

  2. Nice job, Allen. How does that kit build?

  3. What’s the wingspan on a 72nd Boston, Allan…? I usually stay away from those “small” scales (unless it’s a big kit). 🙂

  4. Very nice! The real aircraft sure had a snoot-full of hurt considering all those machine guns! It must’ve been an awesome strfing machine. Great job replicating the real one!

  5. Great job!, always good to see one of your builds. I built MPMs P-40L awhile back except, for replacing their vacuform canopy with a hasegawa one the kit was pretty good.

  6. 🙂 … Greetings … 🙂 :
    Nice and clean rendition of the A-20 Allan.
    The paint scheme gives it a very unique look. Your touch to the extra detail make this one stand out, nice work.

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