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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 🙂
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Craig Abrahamson said on May 23, 2017
Those Victory decals must be pretty nice...that first headliner photo looks as if the markings were painted on. Good lookin' build.
Jim Sullivan said on May 24, 2017
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?
Jeff Bailey said on May 24, 2017
Looks great, Brian. Love those Grumman Cats! Doing an F9 with wings up is a great reason for building another, but with wings down.
Louis Gardner said on May 24, 2017
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... 🙂 🙂 🙂
Greg Kittinger said on May 24, 2017
Gary Brantley said on May 24, 2017
Great job on this Panther! They were cool planes and so is this one Brian. 🙂
Robert Royes said on May 24, 2017
Nice! looks like it's ready for the cat. shot.
Bernard E. Hackett, Jr. said on May 24, 2017
Brian, really looks great! Like the folded wings. You doing a second one, in the background? Are Victory Decals still in business?
George Williams said on May 25, 2017
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.
Tony Prince said on May 29, 2017
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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