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About the only usable F4B part might be the top wing

April 8 2012 at 5:50 AM
Steve N  (Login bcnewsdude)
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Response to How about this for a 1/32 Boeing-Stearman or NAF N3N?

and even that would need extensive modification to get close to the correct span. The bottom wing is much too short in span and narrow in chord for a Stearman or an N3N. And niether has a fuselage even remotely similar to the F4B in shape or size. Honestly, as the others have said, it would probably be easier in the long run to scratchbuilt. If you need a donor kit for some wings, the old Monogram F3F might prove more useful (although again you'd probably need to butcher a couple kits to get the wings long enough.


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