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1/48 Trumpeter F9F Panther

May 23, 2017 in Aviation

Another shelf of doom project. I present to you the 1/48 Trumpeter F9F finished with Victory models decals and painted with Mr. Paint . I used the 1/48 Revell F9F Ejection seat and pilot . Enjoy my friends 🙂

Brian

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10 responses to 1/48 Trumpeter F9F Panther

  1. Those Victory decals must be pretty nice….that first headliner photo looks as if the markings were painted on. Good lookin’ build.

  2. Hello Brian…That’s a fine looking Panther and thanks for sharing it with the group. Curious as to what you have in mind for the F9F-5 in the background?

  3. Looks great, Brian. Love those Grumman Cats! Doing an F9 with wings up is a great reason for building another, but with wings down.

  4. Very Nice !!!! As Craig stated, those decals look painted on…………. 🙂 🙂 🙂

    I have a few of these in my stash to build. They really look nice and I have always thought the Panther jet had great lines to it.

    Two thumbs up Sir !!!!

    Awesome work my friend……………. 🙂 🙂 🙂

  5. Great job on this Panther! They were cool planes and so is this one Brian. 🙂

  6. Nice! looks like it’s ready for the cat. shot.

  7. Brian, really looks great! Like the folded wings. You doing a second one, in the background? Are Victory Decals still in business?

  8. I really like jets of this era, and there’s something about those navy colours that set them off a treat. Very neat work, I’m glad it found its way off the shelf of doom.

  9. Great result Brian. Love the 50,s & 60’s Navy jets. Is that a Monogram -5 in the background? Please post that when it’s finished too.

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