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Craig Abrahamson said on October 17, 2018
Great job, sir….love those Jugs – 🙂
Jeff Bailey said on October 17, 2018
Outstanding work, Zydrunas. Welcome to iModeler! We hope to see more of your excellent work!
david leigh-smith said on October 17, 2018
Craig – you DO know what ‘jugs’ mean here in the UK?
Pedro L. Rocha said on October 17, 2018
Nice work, atre the rivets one of those dry transfers or did you rivited with a tool?
Artur Zieliński said on October 17, 2018
Good work. Very nice weathering.
Stephen W Towle said on October 17, 2018
Excellent work indeed. A lot of aircraft kits of WWII subjects are bilateral. Having a right and left side for the fuselage. When in fact some fuselages were split horizontally. The P-40 and the P-47 come to mind. Here is a Warbird up date on a P-47 razor back that is being restored. It looks far more complex than say a P-51. Which may account for why the p-47 wasn’t used in Korea.
Zydrunas your kit is a inspiration. Two thumbs up.
James B Robinson said on October 17, 2018
Very nice job! @tboparts210
BTW Craig @craigindaytona, I like jugs too! 😉
David @dirtylittlefokker, Isn’t it universal???
Greg Kittinger said on October 17, 2018
Great work and a wonderful result! Welcome aboard!
Manuel Magrinho said on October 17, 2018
An amazing piece of ART!
Just a question: the red squares were a “no step” sign. They seem to be weathered as someone used them to climb on the plane. Am I wrong?
But that’s irrelevant in face of the amazing work you did. By the way, is it straight from the box?
Thks and my compliments
Matt Minnichsoffer said on October 17, 2018
Dang, that is a well weathered Jug. Really like the distressing on the roundels. Makes them look like real paint. Kudos!
Kyle said on October 17, 2018
Who flew this P-47?
George Henderson said on October 25, 2018
Capt. Walker Mahurin
That is one beat up looking P-47. Well done
Zydriavas said on November 9, 2018
thanks to all
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