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Ongoing: Corsair + Aires Details

Kit / Model  

F4U-1A Corsair

Manufacturer  

Tamiya

Item Code  

61070

Scale  

1/48

Description  

This is a very difficult project for me: usually I donīt bulid airplanes, and, generally speaking: making this resin stuff from aires fit into the Tamiya kit is quit challenging. I am sanding, cutting filling a lot, always hoping to preserve the fine detail. Just look yourself at the interim result.

The second plane is a simple motorized version of the kit. I always like to make different versions of a kit, and the motorized thing might be a success giving it to my son.

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Airplanes

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