Dragon or Hasegawa 1/32 kits

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Dragon or Hasegawa 1/32 kits

Postby Audie » Wed Jan 31, 2007 4:08 am

I can buy either with one [Dragon] containing both Petie 2nd or a RAAF Japan occupation 1947 model [we never got our own Mustangs in Australia until post war despite building them].

Is either better than the other?

*If* the Dragon kit is OK I might buy 2 of them and do both Petie 2nd and the RAAF one [which is still flying today and I included in my photos posted a few months ago from RAAF Museum Williams].
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Postby embee » Thu Feb 08, 2007 2:57 pm

:D

sorry dude been off line moved house, i try to always work in 1/48 and use the Tamiya kits but if you can find an Edaurd in 1/32 i would go with that it should come with all the add on's metal eched bits cockpit details and such, you can really go to town these days with all the after market detail add on's also i would say you would be better served using after market decals too....Eagle strike always my first stop, second stop make the decals your self....

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