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F.D.R. called him “Captains Courageous”…maybe that’s why his plane was called “Shangri-La”
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Jack Mugan said on July 11, 2014
Very cool Bob……Nice model, nice photos.
Craig Abrahamson said on July 11, 2014
Yeah….what he said. Good lookin’ work all around.
Joe Caputo said on July 11, 2014
Beautiful work, Bob.
AL HOFFMAN said on July 11, 2014
Now these are both good looking P-40’s.
Great work Bob.
Rick Wilkes said on July 11, 2014
Outstanding work Bob. I don’t know what Al’s thinking; P-40’s ha, that’s the best looking pair of Messersmith’s I’ve seen lately
Al couldn’t help it….there’s been so many P-40 posts lately, he lost his place. 🙁
AL HOFFMAN said on July 12, 2014
It’s actually a senior thing. I had to look again to see what you were talking about & it still took about 30 seconds to register.
Bowman Roberts said on July 11, 2014
Outstanding build!! You make that old Tamiya kit look fantastic. Time for newer versions of the Mustang??
Bernd Müller said on July 12, 2014
Very nice Mustangs, Bob your weathering make these kits shine ! a few years
ago, i did the same P-51B from Tamiya, i was very surprised, that the kit
decals tear apart in the moment they got wet ! It is still a project…..
Rob Pollock said on July 12, 2014
Bob, great attention to detail and finishes in this scale.
Gregor d said on July 12, 2014
Like it! Great weathering Bob.
Frank Cronin said on September 10, 2014
Great looking model. I have always liked Gentile’s aircraft. I did one in 1/72 years ago. To me the Tamiya kit is the best. Like your P-51A I think you have inspired me to do Gentile’s ion 1/48. I love it.
bob mack said on September 10, 2014
hey frank…missed you around here
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