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P-51K “Mrs. Bonnie”

  • this is the Revell kit with Life-Like decals for the aircraft of 348th FG pilot Bill Dunham. - the windscreen and fillet tail from Aerocraft Models -tire/wheels and some interior details from Barracuda. -the Aeroproducts propellor on this aircraft was replaced with the standard -D propellor on a number of -K’s due to balance issues. -paints were Alclad, Tamiya, AK Real Colors, ModelMaster. -Stationed on IeShima 1945. Dunham scored his last of 16 kills with this aircraft

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7 responses

  1. VERY nicely done, Steve !

  2. Steve,

    What paints did you use? The natural metal finish goes along way in representing a Mustang in theater. Nothing shiny and new but, rather rather warned and used. The after market products really adds that extra touch. The tires and the prop along with the decals make this build a winner.

    Two thumbs up.

  3. I applied a flat coat on the upper surface with some very mild oil and chalk weathering

  4. Very nice and colorful Mustang, Steve.
    You did great on the paintwork, especially that colorful spinner.

  5. Amazing Mustang, Steve!

  6. Now that's an horse of a different color, great color scheme.

  7. That is a cool scheme on a Pony! Nice build - well done.

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