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De Havilland Mosquito
The De havilland Mosquito was a fighter/bomber during WW2. It was a hugely sucessful plane and featured in war films like 633 squadron
About this creation
It was actually by accident that i made this plane.It actually started off as a Spitfire but then the propeller went missing so i decided to put one propeller on each wing, it was then i noticed that the two engines made it look like a Mosquito.


The first thing i had to change was the position of the cockpit on the fuselage because it is further forward on this plane than on a spitfire.


I next saw that the fuselage is actually needs to be bigger on the mosquito.


Here is a front view of the Mosquito.


View of the mosquito with a pilot (I realized that no canopy both looked good and was closed so i chose to have it open)


After i was finished it,I was very proud of the outcome so i decided to make a WW2 style airfield to go with the plane.



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 I like it 
  June 28, 2012
and the plane was maded whit wood if you didnt know
 I like it 
  June 28, 2012
and the plane was maded whit wood if you didnt know
 
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