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1/48th Monogram Pro Modeler F4U-5

March 24 2012 at 11:28 AM
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Here's the latest addition to my Corsair collection. It was built from the 1/48th Monogram Pro Modeler kit which is basically the Hasegawa kit with new decals. It's a well engineered kit that goes together quite nicely...no major issues that weren't self-inflicted. This Corsair is airbrushed with Model Master dark sea blue enamel and has a True Details cockpit and weighted wheels with some of the excess bulge trimmed away. I used the kit decals which in my opinion, were unusually nice as kit decals go. The markings are for a Naval Reserve Corsair from NAS Glenview. Any comments or observations are most welcome.


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Jim Sullivan

 
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