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June 12 2012 at 9:12 PM

Bruce Blackwelder  (Login Bruce-B)
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Response to Stay back! I've got a Lindberg kit and I'm not afraid to build it! HAHAHAH!

I finished mine a few months ago, but left out the electric motor (which I managed to get working for the first time since the 1960s). After abandoning the thought of using a resin cockpit and cutting up parts from an ESCI F-8E, I left it almost OOB. I used a pilot from a Monogram A-1H and added plastic sheet behind the cockpit and in the middle of the wheel wells. The landing gear still retracts, just in case I ever feel like hanging it from the ceiling. An old Microscale sheet provided colorful markings for an F8U-1 of VF-142 in 1958.

Alas, no photos yet.

Cordially,
Bruce

 
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