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1/48 B-25J Mitchell
California, United States
Joined: July 08, 2003
KitMaker: 1,936 posts
AeroScale: 1,168 posts
Posted: Friday, April 14, 2006 - 01:49 AM UTC
An On-Display of Ted Klimczuk [ KLIMMER ]''s B-25J build.

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Singapore / 新加坡
Joined: August 03, 2005
KitMaker: 2,709 posts
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Posted: Friday, April 14, 2006 - 03:00 AM UTC
Ah i see it came along pretty well Ted. Great job all round, especially the cockpit canopy.

Illinois, United States
Joined: September 09, 2002
KitMaker: 537 posts
AeroScale: 437 posts
Posted: Friday, April 14, 2006 - 05:11 AM UTC
The B-25 looks really good. Are you going to weather it or do the panel lines? That would sure add to your all ready nice build. That's the Revell kit isn't it I did the same kit a ways back but mine met with an unfortunate, terrible, unfixable accident
But that only means that I just have to build another one
Nice job
Virginia, United States
Joined: May 24, 2005
KitMaker: 2 posts
AeroScale: 0 posts
Posted: Friday, April 14, 2006 - 05:24 AM UTC
Nice job. for being a REVELL kit it looks like it came to geather well
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Joined: December 27, 2002
KitMaker: 1,941 posts
AeroScale: 1,040 posts
Posted: Friday, April 14, 2006 - 05:26 AM UTC
Well done Ted. It looks fantastic.
Ontario, Canada
Joined: May 16, 2003
KitMaker: 250 posts
AeroScale: 207 posts
Posted: Monday, April 17, 2006 - 10:03 PM UTC
Just found this post. Thanks Chuck.
Thanks to all of you for your kind words on my build. To answer some of your questions, yes this was the Revell kit, which in my opinion is a good one. There are only some minor gap issue's, and the detail overall is decent, especially considering that you can't see much after you close it up. A lot of weight needs to be added in order to have it sit on the nose gear (I almost didn't make it). I added just the exhaust stains to the upper and lower surfaces. I chickened put on post shading the panel lines (I have never tried it ). I may revisit this model and try it out.
It is great being part of this site, the work I have seen is totally outstanding.
Cheers Ted