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SBD-5 Dauntless

Kit / Model  

US Navy SBD-5/A-24B

Manufacturer  

Trumpeter

Item Code  

N/A

Scale  

1/32

Description  

This kit come with a very detailed cockpit. Though some parts can no longer be seen after main body assembly, I finished the painting just for satisfaction.

Overall assembly was quite smooth, only minor filling work required. Engine was detailed with some copper wires.

Painting: Start off with primer then silver, followed with top coat. Painted with Mr.Color: top fuselage 14 Navy blue, and 72 Intermediate blue. bottom fuselage 338. Interior 351, landing gears 338, and flap 327.

Weathered with Tamiya enamel black and white oil paint. Chipped off paint effect with the silver undercoat.

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Project status  

Finished

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