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TA-3B Skywarrior Hasegawa 1/72

Kit / Model  

TA-3B Skywarrior

Manufacturer  

Hasegawa

Item Code  

n/a

Scale  

1/72

Description  

Here is my TA-3B Skywarrior, converted from the 1/72 scale Hasegawa A-3B kit.
The overall appearance and accuracy of the Hasegawa kit is good, so there is no major remodelling required.
I did rebuild the nose, the central part of the fuselage and the tail in the body of this kit to represent the trainer version.
However, the training seat could hardly be seen.
The painted model was finished with a panel wash applied using dark enamel paint, removing excess paint with mild enamel thinner-dampened cotton swab.

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