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  1. Hi Folks, The attached images are of an available set of brass landing-gear for the Airfix 1/24 P-51D. They are extremely accurate scale reproductions. I modeled the set using archival blueprints and photographs. Normally, I would have cast a large run of them for sale on my website. However, due to the unusual way they are made, I'm only offering them as a special order. The price is $68 US per set plus shipping. The reason for this price is that they are all cast from first-generation 3D prints. That means there are no mold seams, flash or build up of any vestment porousness whatsoever. I realize that this is not for every modeler---another reason why I'm only offering them as a limited edition special order. Message me if you are interested in having a set.
  2. Sorry, I don’t know where I downloaded it from. I have thousands of references pics. I’ll see if I can find out.
  3. Can anyone explain why these wheel wells are closed off?
  4. Peter, I couldn't agree with you more. People complain about every little short coming a kit has without realizing much work and money it takes to get it to market. We should be grateful for everything we get and if we want more detail that's up to us to make. That's what this hobby is about. Robert
  5. Are you sure that opening up the framework is correct? There are references online that show it closed.
  6. Hi Nige, The kit trim wheel is too lager but the difference isn't that much. My calculation is that the scale diameter is approximately 7.8mm. The number of bumps around the edge (20) is correct on the kit wheel. Robert
  7. Hi Nige, Can I post my digital model progress here? Robert
  8. Hi James, It looks like you’re not including any side blisters on either side of the canopy. Why not? The period photos show S-Sugar with them. Robert
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