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P-47 Thunderbolts on display at SMW Telford 2010.
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Peter Wilkinson brings us this writeup detailing his double build of 78th FG bubbletops using kits from Tamiya and Hasegawa.
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Thunderbolts were well represented at Scale Model World in Telford.
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Paddy Barratt tells how he picked up a bargain and fitted the Airies detail set in his Hasegawa Bubbletop.
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Detailed photographs of The Fighter Collections P-47G at the IWM Duxford
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Nigel Julian tells the story of a tragic incident that inspired a presentation build for the 56th Fighter Group section of the Halesworth Airfield Museum.
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Jean-Luc Formery has sent us photos of his fabulous diorama featuring the Tamiya P-47D Razorback. The diorama was the subject of a 10 page article in the March/April 2008 edition of the French Tamiya Magazine.
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Scale Model World 2008, the biggest model show in the UK took place over the weekend of 15/16th November. Thunderbolts were well represented and many of them can be seen here.
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The Wolfpack Is Coming! Michael Wolfes superb diorama shows two of the 56th FG Thunderbolts about to head off on a mission from Boxted.
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Allen Berry (Tomcat31) sent us photos of his Tamiya P-47D, "Jeanie"
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Dave Gianakos has submitted an excellent feature on his 1:6th scale R/C Thunderbolts, one of which he has flown from the airfield where the actual Thunderbolt was based.
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The P-47 Thunderbolt always makes into an impressive model, especially in 1/32 scale as you can see with Stefan Ericsson's (Phantom2) build of the new Hasegawa kit!
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Goran Kovacic has sent us photos of his impressive prize-winning WW2 diorama of a P-47 in Luftwaffe hands.
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Nigel Julian (Lampie) brings us pictures of his British P-47,which served in Burma in 1945.
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Nigel Julian (Lampie) asserts the crown of "Bare Metal Finish King" with this lovely P-47 Thunderbolt. And yes it's 1/72 scale!
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