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Ultracast Seat and Wheels
Tamiya & Mr Hobby Paints, Future Gloss, Xtracrylix Flat
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John vd Biggelaar said on August 21, 2020
What a great collection of P47’s you have, Darren.
Another beautiful one.
Pedro L. Rocha said on August 21, 2020
Darren, as I mentioned earlier this one is my favourite! And the option with the NMF engine cowl is much more appealing than the OD alternative. This manufacturer gives a lot of eye catching razorbacks
Spiros Pendedekas said on August 21, 2020
I go with Pedro @holzhamer: this is my favorite scheme, too.
Amazing building, as the others.
Greg Kittinger said on August 21, 2020
Another great-looking T-Bolt! Well done.
Walt B said on August 21, 2020
Beautiful build and finish I love the P-47 a favorite of mine. You nailed it!
Robert Royes said on August 21, 2020
Looks great, nice scheme!
Brian Scott said on August 21, 2020
Darren beautiful looking Razorback and excellent ghoice of markings. Love the overall finish !! I to am buildin the same plane as we speek 🙂
George R Blair Jr said on August 22, 2020
Looks great Darren (@darren-d). I just got the Thundercals set for San Antonio Rose, so I may have to move my Razorback farther up the build list.
Michael Turner said on August 25, 2020
I had just come across these decals online the other day and here you’ve gone and built four of them.
You’ve done a great job on all of them.
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Michael Turner said on August 26, 2020
Can I ask why you painted the cowling bare metal when the decal sheet profile has it camouflaged?
Darren Dickerson said on August 26, 2020
The P-47 had NMF later in life, see pics. The instructions make note of it as well, good reasearch from Norris Graser as always on his decals sheets.
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