thx. I meant to add large scale to my post. anyone know what country
was using the Mustang
into the 80's??? (from the dragon link from another post)
The P-51 was used mostly as a bomber escort, in raids over Germany; it
was a key factor in the defeat of the German Luftwaffe and, by the
middle of 1944, gave the Allies complete air superiority over Germany.
It also saw significant service against Japanese air forces in the
Pacific War, and was the main fighter for the United Nations in the
early stages of the Korean War. The P-51 was replaced by jets in Korea
but remained in service with some air forces until the early 1980's.
Looks to be a nice model , Dragon do nice kits .I build thier armour
kits .Never built their aircraft kits , dont see them much around my
neck of the woods.
Pity ,I doubt whether I will be getting one ,space is my problem ,I'll
have no where to put it it when finished.
If I could convince my 20yr old son to vacate the nest ,I could use his
room for a modelling room.
"I'm not young enough to know everything."
I couldn't answer the question accurately without consulting resources.
But go mining in here: http://www.brushfirewars.org/ and in here:
Dragon's been doing 1/35 scale helicoters, OH-6A, MD-500, Little Birds
for at least 10 years. I built the AH-6J and I remember civilian MD-500
Sheriff chopper and an IDF TOW chopper.
I know they've been doing 1/72 scale aircraft for at least as long.
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