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1/144 Pave Low done!

April 22 2012 at 11:57 AM

Herb  (Login herbarnold99)
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Converted the Revell CH-53G into a MH-53J with a nose job, sponson extensions, drop tanks and sand filters. Desert Storm markings. Had to take a picture before I busted something off...

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(Login m_rabiller)
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Nice job, but where is the girl?

April 22 2012, 5:42 PM 


Happy modeling,


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(Login herbarnold99)
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The girl:

April 24 2012, 7:33 PM 

She's a sweetie, but she's on a CH-53E. That would take an even more extensive conversion...(another engine, another rotor blade, extended fuselage...)

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(Login kingoalie)
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Nice one, Herb!

April 24 2012, 10:04 PM 

Looks great, Herb. I espeically like the weathering and how you represented the engine grills. You should have made resin copies of that nose!

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