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Old 01-30-2021, 08:02 PM
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Ahy wey! / Oh my goodness!

Very nice collection of Canberras and B-57!
Si what happen, now I want to build them as well.
And my well detailed construction program, oh well, this is a hobby!
Very nice work!
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Old 01-31-2021, 03:21 AM
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That's a very nice collection of Canberras and B-57, Tony.

Where is the B-57G from? At first I thought it would be a mod of Bruno's 1:300model but the canopy is completely different. Did Paragon make a B-57G?

One version that's missing is the Canberra B(I).8 with an off-center teardrop canopy. That one could be used to make a New Zealand or South African B(I).12, an Indian B(I)58 or, with the appropriate stretches, a PR.9.
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Paragon did indeed made a B-57G


Gary Pilsworth made a Canberra PR-9 in 1/48 scale.
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Old 01-31-2021, 08:38 AM
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That's a very nice collection of Canberras and B-57, Tony.

Where is the B-57G from? At first I thought it would be a mod of Bruno's 1:300model but the canopy is completely different. Did Paragon make a B-57G?

One version that's missing is the Canberra B(I).8 with an off-center teardrop canopy. That one could be used to make a New Zealand or South African B(I).12, an Indian B(I)58 or, with the appropriate stretches, a PR.9.
That B-57G is from Paragon Models, Carlos. Paragon Models has not one or two versions, They got 4 versions of Canberra: the aforementioned B-57G Night Intruder Canberra, The Luftwaffe All-Red version and two B-57/RB-57/WB-57 in USAF and NASA markings. It's funny but that Paragon Models are made out with strokes as rayons.
For 1/33 builders there's Angraf model of the B-57G.
And yes Sepp, Gary Pilswoth has a PR9 Canberra with his center-off long cockpit. Image shows a fuselage build of that version which I recolored into Fuerza Aérea de Chile version. It's the fifth fuselage from the left. Best Regards,Tony
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Old 01-31-2021, 09:32 AM
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What I find interesting is how you build a series at a time. Do you do a build to get the sequence and fit issues worked out, then do the series? I don't remember any threads that just deal with model building workflow. Sort of interesting to see what you do. Sort of like seeing everyone's workspace.
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good start of beautiful collection.

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Old 01-31-2021, 12:51 PM
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I'm very interested in this project,especially one by Mr Pilsworth .I tried building that model and failed,hopefully you will have better luck.

I have purchased all of Dragos repaints of Canberra from ecard+original one from Nobi.I just might get a push to build one of them (if I get the printer).
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It looks like the assembly line of a factory !! Very good start with all those Tony fuselages! The Argentine B-102 that passed through Malvinas is currently kept in Córdoba
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Old 03-04-2021, 04:42 PM
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Beechcraft B1900 Murph's Models


Hello Modellers! Long time since last post here. We put the Canberras aside a bit and finished Murph's Beechcraft B1900 in its white version. Now that we know where each piece goes, we will start the recolors. Many schemes from South America and the Antillean Islands. The recolors will be available from the month of May.
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Old 03-04-2021, 06:51 PM
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I don't think I've ever seen one of those.Air Canada has them but do the operate from YYZ? Beats me.

For me interesting is a layout and profile of passenger cabin-it looks a lot like old DC-2,except for those overhead baggage racks.Those I recall from intercity busses.

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