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another ww2 fighter to add to my collection,plan to motorise one to go with the b-17 if its possible,waiting on some parts to finish the rest,its a compromise on building with the peices i have,would have prefered the wings same on top and bottom,but the b-17 took most of what was needed,add that to atleast 7/8 i,m making trying to keep builds the same,theres room fot improvement but i am too impatient LOL.look forward to your interesting comments. compliments to John Lamarck and Henrik Jensen i have been studying your builds trying to see how well you make these planes,you see them and think that looks easy i can do that !!!! until you start and its downhill from there,
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  June 24, 2014
Yours is very good, yet easily built in large numbers, just like the real P-51.
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  January 5, 2014
great job as always jim
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  January 4, 2014
Quoting Nick Barrett Very neat build. I love that your dining room looks like an aircraft hangar! It's OK, mine looks like a garage :-)
yes my garage pretty much overflowing now,lego everywhere,too cold outside so in house building smaller things,give up on building cars LOL,
 I like it 
  January 4, 2014
Nice work! Looks perfect :-D
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  January 4, 2014
Great work, nice to see a few of the prototypes too!
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  January 4, 2014
Quoting Henrik Jensen Hi Jim! Thanks for the mention in the introduction. I think you made a pretty good model of the Mustang. How well the result gets, probably depends largely on how patient and persistent you are. Another thing is: are you building scale-right, or, for example Minifig scale. If the model should fit the Minifigs the fuselage will become too wide, compared to the scale-right construction. The side profile and the canopy are really good. But 6 exhaust pipes, causes the engine to look a bit too long.
6 exhausts with it being a V12.maybe got it wrong i have since moved the cockpit back another 2 spaces which i think looks better,will post it again soon,i build minifig scale which i take as 1/38 to 1/40,i notice you use 1/36,its very hard to get it right cause its just what you think looks right,most single engine aircraft i do are 4 wide,that seems to be the norm,up to 8 wide for the B-17,struggling with the BF109 LOL you will see it shortly
 I like it 
  January 4, 2014
Very neat build. I love that your dining room looks like an aircraft hangar! It's OK, mine looks like a garage :-)
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  January 4, 2014
Hi Jim! Thanks for the mention in the introduction. I think you made a pretty good model of the Mustang. How well the result gets, probably depends largely on how patient and persistent you are. Another thing is: are you building scale-right, or, for example Minifig scale. If the model should fit the Minifigs the fuselage will become too wide, compared to the scale-right construction. The side profile and the canopy are really good. But 6 exhaust pipes, causes the engine to look a bit too long.
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  January 4, 2014
Oooh, you made lots of them? Nice, this is on of the best Mustangs I've ever seen.
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  January 4, 2014
AMAZING!!! How did you build it???:)
  January 4, 2014
Cool :D
 
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