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Grumman F4F-4 Wildcat
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Grumman designed its first single-seat shipboard fighter monoplane, the G-18, around the twin-row 14 cylinder Pratt & Whitney Twin Wasp engine. Awarded a prototype contract as the XF4F-2 on 28 July 1936. From October 1939, the XF4F-2 aws subjected to thoroughgoing reword which was to result in the extensively changed XF4F-3. The most important change was the installation of an XR-1830-76 Twin Wasp with a two-speed two-stage supercharger. The F4F-4 differed from its predecessor in having manually-folded wings and armament increased from four to six wing-mounted 12,7mm guns. A total of 1168 was procured for US NAvy.
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 I like it 
  July 29, 2011
this is neat. very nice job on the canopy, it is very hard to capture in lego. anyway looks good to me 4/5 p.s could you check out my wildcat thanks.
 I made it 
  June 19, 2010
Quoting Kriss Olympis This is good, nothing to fancy, just robust and simple. I like how you made the holes in the wings for the guns, nice build. =)
Glad you like it. It's indeed quite simple, and I'd like to make some improvement later, especially the section between rear fuselage and tail fin.
 I like it 
  June 19, 2010
This is good, nothing to fancy, just robust and simple. I like how you made the holes in the wings for the guns, nice build. =)
 
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