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P-51 Mustang Big Beautiful Doll VERSION II . In the process of remodeling my baby brother. he decided to go into my room and rip my Lego to bits.... ya, it sucked rebuilding it from scratch again, but I managed to make it again, and I added a bunch more cool features like detail and whatnot, check it out and PLEASE COMMENT. . I tried to show less studs on this model throughout it. This model is more accurate than my last one from nose to tail. I changed the nose so it has the correct 6 cylinders. They may be a little big but I think they look pretty cool. Ailerons moving down. The “WZ” took me probably longer than it should have. I spent hours on it just to figure out how to make the letters look as realistic as possible. To make it fit, I had to make the “W” a little smaller than the “Z”. The radiator is on the bottom of the P-51 Mustang and it uses the heated air that exits it as a form of jet thrust. The elevator and rudder moving to control steering.


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