A7E Corsair II

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  1. 46rob

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  2. Al hazlet

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    Sweet! I just downloaded a copy.

    I look forward to making this one (I was a Navy Reservist from 1986-94, and there were A-7s in the EW squadron that was next door to my own squadron, VP-65, at Point Mugu).

    Alex h
  3. Ashrunner

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    Very nice model Rob...even though its Navy 8v) And congrats on breaking in with FG.
  4. GEEDUBBYA

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    Howdy Rob,

    Great job and glad to see that model. Like you said in the email to FG, you cant hardly find a model of the corsair II out there, but now, its available and not too exspensive. Good work, we are all happy for ya!

    Greg aka GEEDUBBYA(GW)


    ps. now to complete my "wish list" design a F-101 voodoo or delta dart or delta dagger lol.
  5. Gil

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    Hi Rob,

    Nice Corsair II! Great way to introduce yourself! Welcome to the Farm..., hope you like it!

    Best regards, Gil
  6. 46rob

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    Thanks for all your works of approval. I thought about doing a landlocked version for all you USAF types--but got sidetracked by the Hun. I only got as far as doing the BW for the D version....there are some other differences besides paint! Anyway, if anyone would like to tackle a SEA camo job, I can supply you with a pair of jpg's. Now I'm neck deep into an F-80 / T-33 that might be done by summer's end if I stick with it.
  7. RyanShort1

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    Nice! A P-80 would be great!

    Ryan