1/32 P-40C Curtiss Tomahawk

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  1. sprintx

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    I would love to see your model but as a rule I never download anything unless I'm absolutely sure I have to and it is safe.

    You can use imageshack or photobucket to host your photos, or you can upload them to the gallerysection here.
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    I would love to see your model but as a rule I never download anything unless I'm absolutely sure I have to and it is safe.

    You can use imageshack or photobucket to host your photos, or you can upload them to the gallerysection here.
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    I trust my antivirus, and the members here.... (maybe not the bast policy, but what's a reformat/reinstall among friends?? ;) )

    Here's one of his pics. Resized to meet requirements. Hope that's okay....
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    I trust my antivirus, and the members here.... (maybe not the bast policy, but what's a reformat/reinstall among friends?? ;) )

    Here's one of his pics. Resized to meet requirements. Hope that's okay....
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    sprintx,
    This is the Betexa P-40C, right?
    I know that this is a difficult model with the fuselage in one piece and you did pretty good job on it.
    i thought that the cockpit supposed to be the reinforcing element in the fuselage-how did you work around it since it is not installed?
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    sprintx,
    This is the Betexa P-40C, right?
    I know that this is a difficult model with the fuselage in one piece and you did pretty good job on it.
    i thought that the cockpit supposed to be the reinforcing element in the fuselage-how did you work around it since it is not installed?
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    Just one bit of constructive criticism, the landing gear struts should be inboard of the wheels. In other words, wheels facing outward. Other than that, it looks good to me.:)
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    Just one bit of constructive criticism, the landing gear struts should be inboard of the wheels. In other words, wheels facing outward. Other than that, it looks good to me.:)