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Allan J Withers
1/72 Trumpeter, started early 2008, an on off build finished for the Nose art group build, more pic’s and details there.
15 additional images. Click to enlarge.
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Allan J Withers said on June 29, 2019
where did the pic’s go ?
Craig Abrahamson said on June 29, 2019
I wuz gonna ask YOU… 🙁
After lunch Craig !!
Second time lucky !!
Pretty nice lookin’ job, Allan – so….how was lunch?
Tom Cleaver said on June 29, 2019
Yeah, what an “interesting” post (as in “May you live in *interesting* times”)
Now I see the pix. I worked on one of these kits till it got the best of me, and I gave it to a Serious Soviet Aircraft Fan to finish (which he hasn’t yet, in 13 years). Which for me makes this model even more amazing, that it’s finished.
The work is amazing. I am totally impressed.
Allan J Withers said on June 30, 2019
Thank you Tom.
bob mack said on June 29, 2019
Haslam Yeoman said on June 29, 2019
Bet you had to “shake” this lots before you “baked” it to get a result this good
Thanks Haslam, shake, shake, shake !!!
John Healy said on June 29, 2019
Wow! I’ve been waiting for you to post this one finished, Allan. Great project. I was surprised when I realized how big this plane is. Nice work and thanks for sharing it.
Thanks John, it is big !!
Robert Royes said on June 29, 2019
A real beauty, Allan! Still loving the tarmac.
Jaime Carreon said on June 29, 2019
Glad to see you got her done, Alan. Beautiful work!
Thank you Jaime and for the group build !!
Greg Kittinger said on July 1, 2019
Excellent Allan! Even in 1/72, that’s gotta be HUGE…
Allan J Withers said on July 2, 2019
Thanks Greg, it is, for comparison my 707 on the same paving !!!
2 attached images. Click to enlarge.
Julian Shawyer said on July 2, 2019
Very impressive build Allan.
It certainly looks a large model when put next to the 707 for comparison.
I can’t remember seeing one of these made before.
Allan J Withers said on July 3, 2019
Thanks Julian, there are two more posted on iModeler !!
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