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Classic Airframes 1/48 Hudson

 
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gmahoney



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PostPosted: Sun Oct 03, 2010 11:24 am    Post subject: Classic Airframes 1/48 Hudson Reply with quote

This is a typical Classic Airframes kit - certainly not Tamigawa. This meant good detail but a lot of dry fitting and"persuasion" required to get parts to line up. Also, the boxing I had was for a Mark 1 and not the Mark III that A16-211 was so this meant scratch building the carbie scoop on top of the engine cowling as we as the oil cooler underneath and the whole exhaust.

Decals were from one of the Classic Airframes sheets, and colours were Lifecolor UA087 FS30099 for the RAAF Earth Brown and Gunze H302 FS34092 for the Foliage Green on the upper surfaces and Tamiya NATO Black underneath. EZLine was used for the rigging.
















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PostPosted: Mon Oct 04, 2010 12:11 pm    Post subject: That is unbelievably Good Graham Reply with quote

You made that CA Kit look like a Tamiya one
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