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R-2 USAF Rescue is finished!

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Finished this up just a few weeks ago. It's now ready to take its place on the ramp in case there is a rescue needed. Will spend its time along side the Type 0-5 crash rig that is a bit older but still servicable.

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Posted · Report post

Looks good over here Charlie!

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Posted · Report post

Looks great !

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Thumbs up :)

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Posted · Report post

Thats a wonderful replica of an unusual subject !

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Posted · Report post

Great looking truck

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Charlie, I admire your skills. Great model!

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Posted · Report post

Wow!!!

Please tell us more...build thread? Resin?

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Posted · Report post

Nice detail work, especially with all those little bits and pieces B)

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Wow!!!

Please tell us more...build thread? Resin?

This is a scratch built piece with a brass frame, brass fenders and hood, resin cast tires and wheels and a sheet plastic body. The engine reworked from an Ertl diecast. All of the details in the back are scratch built as well. Decals are printed by ALPS. Headlights are turned aluminum. There are some in progress photos on my photobucket page. Firemodeler is the name you need to look for.

Edited by Chariots of Fire

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Posted · Report post

Very nice!

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Dang! That's one mighty fine looking model. B)

PS: PM sent to you.

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