Revell Germany 1/48 B-26B/G

I was just noticing the box art says it is a B/G. I did not think that was
possible. The G had the 3.5 degree angled wing and the B was a straight
wing. It's been a while since I saw the kit. Which one does it have?. Also,
the old AMT kit. Was it a straight or angled wing?
Steve
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Steve Jahn
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i buildt the AMT long before i knew what i was doing, but it stills sits high on a shelf. the wings, glued to the fuselage (no filler), angle slightly upwards at the ends. it was a good model for it's time and comparible to monograms in detail.
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KONDA24
anyone else kept a crappy build for any reason? i built the lindberg he 162 as my first build in 26 years last year and i display it next to my latest. it shows me the skills i had lost while the latest encorages me to keep inproving.
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I'd been contemplating posting this myself. It might have decals for a G but it couldn't be a model of a G unless it had a whole new fuselage to emulate the new wing incidence. The original MONO and AMT issues both were midseries B/C models. Now why would Revellogram release a kit like that? Don't they realize what happens when you raise our ire? Beers,
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I thought the AMT was an "A" while the Monogram was a "B" and that one was the short winged version. Any truth to this? Jerry 47
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You guyz are trying to get me to start another crapalanche aren't you? My AMT B-26 is sealed and buried so I'm not digging for that. I'm pretty sure it's not an A, probably a midseries B. The Mono B-26 has the later long wing B-10 with either the early B tail position or the later turret. hth
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