Revell P-40K In-Progress

By Brian Cauchi

Here are some pics of the work carried out to date. Bear in mind that the model I am using was already built and very roughly taken apart by whoever built it so that the lower wings have been literally torn off from the centre section, but we'll get over that. The seat was made using Rato's technique and I love the result and so were the rudder pedals. The undercarriage is made from copper and aluminium tubing. I always use this technique. You will have a detailed, solid undercarriage which will take the weight of the model. The kit engine was heavily modified.

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The finished model is presented in a separate article entitled Revell 1/32 P-40K.

© Brian Cauchi 2002-2003

This article created on Friday, April 19 2013; Last modified on Tuesday, May 21 2013