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1/48 Airfix P-51D

I finished my P-51D. I did not have a D in my collection. It has been years since I built a 1/48 kit. Painted with Various shades of Alclad (fuselage:Duraluminum, Stainless Steel and White Aluminum and wings in Aluminum.) I used Gunze Mr Color for a custom mixed blue to represent the darker blue used by the 352nd in the later days of the war. It is OOB except for the markings which are from a Eagle Strike sheet depicting a Aircraft flown by Lt. Karl Waldron from Minnesota of the 487th FS at Bodney. Lt. Col Karl Waldron was later KIA in Vietnam on Feb 14, 1968 while piloting a AC-47D "Spooky" gunship of the 14th Air Commando Squadron flying out of Phan Rang Airbase. Now back to !

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9 responses

  1. Very nice Mustang, Geoffrey.
    Great scheme choice, too!

  2. One pretty Pony! It was good to include the pilots history.

  3. What a wonderful looking pony

  4. Nice job! I really like the Airfix kit and the price is right.

  5. A beautiful job on your Airfix kit. Especially on the Alclad finish.

  6. A fantastic build, Geoffrey.
    Will take this one as an example for my current Airfix P51 build.

  7. Gorgeous looking Mustang, nice work dude!

  8. A very lovely Mustang!

  9. Great job, Geoffrey. Not easy to make an Airfix kit look this good. Perfectly done seams under that Allclad!

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