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KevinM

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  1. Nice work there Carl.Whats your thoughts on the belts compared to HGW and RB's?
  2. Nice weathering on the belts and a great idea on the gear Kevin
  3. I have to agree that is one sleek airframe
  4. Nice! and thanks for showing the tube do always use fast drying oils?
  5. That is Nice John never built any of their kits.
  6. Those look Nice Sir!! So how do store?How long were the builds?I have a big cabinet 8'LX4H'x22"D and my B-25 barely fits.But man really Nice!!
  7. Yeah I use to look for you at LSP and then no more.The format here is just the same as MSW so I am comfortable with it Harv.
  8. Nice Build John with an unusual paint scheme Sir.
  9. Harv I find as I get older 60 now that I like doing aesthetic builds we are not getting any younger.Now my HK B-25 got AM in the nose and pit.
  10. I was using Walthers and they still fought back.
  11. What did you think of the decals for the tail and rudder?lots solvent was needed to get them to settle in my build.
  12. I built this kit up sometime back used RB belts and Eagle decals other than it was OOB.I personally really enjoyed the Revell kit much more than a Trump kit and thought in some regards it compares for my likes with a Tamy maybe though I have not built one.I enjoyed it so much I order two more kits in for the future one will be OD/grey the other NM some history on the pilot ..... 11 Victory Ace It took less than three months of World War II action for Robert J. "Bob" Goebel to become a Double Ace flying the North American P-51 Mustang. Goebel, the youngest of seven children, was born and raised in Racine, Wisconsin. At age 19, he entered the U.S. Army Air Corps as an Aviation Cadet, earning his wings and his commission in May 1943. After graduation, Goebel was assigned to the Panama Canal Zone flying the Bell P-39 Airacobra and the Curtiss P-40 Warhawk. In early 1944, he was reassigned to the 31st Fighter Group in the Mediterranean Theater flying the Supermarine Mark V Spitfire. Soon after joining the Group in Italy as a member of the 308th Fighter Squadron, Goebel transitioned to the North American P-51 Mustang with the mission of fighter escort for 15th Air Force heavy bombers. While in the 308th, he flew 61 long-range missions from San Severo, Italy, supporting the bomber offensive in Southern Europe. During his combat tour, he destroyed 11 enemy fighters in the air over a 91-day period from 29 May 1944 to 28 August 1944. By the time he completed his first tour in September of 1944, he was 21 years old, had been promoted to captain, had led his squadron of 16 Mustangs into combat 7 times, and twice led an entire group of 48 aircraft into combat.
  13. Nice looking Sabre I have it on the docket for a build(Kinetic) have my AM kit for the pit coming from Hannants other than that OOB.
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