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Fresh off the bench my faorite Tamita kits the 1/48 Tamiya P-51B . I used the Eagle Strike decals. Painted with Mr Color and Tamiya Lacquer paints . Hope you like 🙂
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Keith Z said on February 13, 2022
I really like the color scheme of this build. Great job Brain!
Spiros Pendedekas said on February 13, 2022
An excellent result, Brian! A really beautiful scheme!
John vd Biggelaar said on February 13, 2022
Looking great, Brian @f-104nut
Those blue noses of 352nd do look great on the Mustang.
Lis said on February 13, 2022
Stephen W Towle said on February 13, 2022
Now there's something to write home about. Some strong work in the NMF with no orange peeling in blue section. The canopy painting is smart and tight, with some nice detailing on the interior of the cockpit seat and the radio's.
Brian, Well done, Well done indeed.
Jim Harley said on February 14, 2022
Very NIce! Great job
George Damian said on February 14, 2022
That blue on the nose looks awesome, is it a specific color or a mix?
Brian Scott said on February 14, 2022
Thanks it’s Mr color 065 Bright Blue
Greg Kittinger said on February 14, 2022
Looks good Brian - like that scheme, and the NMF looks great! (by the way - do I see the makings of a Phantom in the background...?!)
Frederick J Seitz III said on February 14, 2022
Outstanding as usual Brian, YOU, are a BEAST! How many Blue Noses have you built? Love the scheme, you def kicked tail on the NMF!
Brian Scott said on February 15, 2022
Frederick I have built 8 Blue Nose Mustangs not including many 352nd FG Thunderbolts to 😀
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