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Great job, sir...love those Jugs - 🙂
Outstanding work, Zydrunas. Welcome to iModeler! We hope to see more of your excellent work!
Craig - you DO know what ‘jugs’ mean here in the UK?
Nice work, atre the rivets one of those dry transfers or did you rivited with a tool?
Good work. Very nice weathering.
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.
Very nice job! @tboparts210
BTW Craig @craigindaytona, I like jugs too! 😉
David @dirtylittlefokker, Isn't it universal?
Great work and a wonderful result! Welcome aboard!
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
Dang, that is a well weathered Jug. Really like the distressing on the roundels. Makes them look like real paint. Kudos!
Who flew this P-47?
Capt. Walker Mahurin
That is one beat up looking P-47. Well done
thanks to all
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