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Frank Cronin
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P-40N flown by Lt. Jack A. Fenimaore, 7th FS, 49th FG

October 16, 2013 · in Aviation · · 11 · 2.1K

I have no further information on Lt. Fenimore but he must have been a good guy because of the name and painting he put on his aircraft.
Again,the kit is from and I found it to be very good. OOB it is good but if one wanted to go hog wild on the P-40N there are a number of after market products. I built it OOB and used Aero Master decals.

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  1. I must be missing something here or it might be your criteria for determining someone's character is unique, not that I find anything wrong with that approach.
    It is a cleanly built model. Am I correct in assuming that is a Pacific scheme.
    Well done.

  2. I believe it was Pac. Now that this is done I have an Amtech on in the stash I may just look closer at.

  3. Well done again ! They are a couple pretty P-40's for sure. I've never done a Mauve kit, but if it looks this good OOB, it may be worth looking into. Thanks, Frank.

  4. Nice P-40s Frank. The Mauve P-40 is an excellent kit. I built one some years back using a "True Details" cockpit & wheels. Eduard re-released this kit as a "Profi-pack" deal with a bunch of resin & photoetch. The Mauve P-40 is a helluva lot easier to put together than the Hasegawa offering.

  5. Hi, Nice job on the kit. It looks like the AMT kit. The cowling, landing gear legs (oleo area), round exhausts, cowling panels and deep panel lines are all associated with the AMT kit. Accurate kits, the plastic is a bit soft and those cowl panels are tricky. With care it can be really well done, as you have.

  6. Both of these are very nice models, Frank, and I think your method of assessing someone's character works just fine!

  7. beautiful model frank

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