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Join date : 2013-05-16
Age : 68
Location : Brighton, Victoria

PostSubject: Meet the GREEN HORNET   Mon Jun 17 2013, 17:12

Based on the old AMT 'Golden Wings' 48 scale series of the A20g Dauglas Havoc kit, better know to all Australians as the A20 Boston. I added a resin seat to the cockpit, some brass mesh to one of the engine narcelle sides, drilled out the frame work of the canopy roof, added the raft to the cockpit, added the two trailing antenia, added the pitot tube {atop the rudder post and something that is missing from the A20 Havoc/Boston kits} and used the OOP AeroMaster decal sheet on this subject, during this build, the enamels used are from the Model Master range of USAAC aircraft. Weathering of exhaust stains is from pastels.

NOTE:- The kit has been withdrawn from the Italeri catalogue a few years ago, but they still appear at Swap Meets from time to time.
If I can locate another decal sheet for this bird I would certainly build it again.

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