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PostPosted: January 13th, 2018, 8:12 pm 
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Not a fan of the Mustang but liking your work,well tidy mun.
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This next installment is showing the wing construction. Overall,again, everything goes in place. The one exception is the gun muzzles that have a slight gap on one edge. This is after fussing over alignment . No real heartburn. A little dab of filler will fix it up.

The wing slots into the fuselage with not issues detected. So I am pressing on. The recognition lights under the wing was accented by laying down a piece of Bare-Metal foil to the upper half of the wing and using Testors clear parts glue the the lens. The circles will be masked off and when ready a dab of Tamiya clear colors will finish that off.


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Nice touch with the foil behind the recognition lights (note to self to remember that!), and the wings look to be a snug enough fit....nice work so far

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Nice work on that gear bay


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