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1/48 Tamiya P-38F 95th FS

Fresh off the bench the awesome P-38F . Fished in markings of the 85th FS Vcenzo, Italy May 1944 , Model finished with Mr color paints, Tamiya LP paints and Fundekals secals

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Brian


7 responses

  1. A superb Lightning, Brian @f-104nut
    You definitely got the most out of this beautiful kit.
    The scheme with the red nose and propellor cones give it a special look.
    Thanks for sharing your progress in the WIP thread, it was a pleasure to follow.

  2. A wonderful result after a great build thread, Brian!
    A joy to watch!

  3. G'day Brian (@f-104nut),
    I was watching your build log and all of a sudden you a finished.
    This is a great build and scheme.
    I have a P-38G in the stash and I was looking at how easy and quick you build was - I'll have to put it up the build list.
    Liked!

  4. Very nice, Brian!

  5. Lovely. I think you nailed the "olive drab". Did you use a Tamiya rattle can or lacquer jar?

  6. Brian, I just saw one just like that !
    Hey, looks really good, I like it alot !

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