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The B1 Lancer is a HUGE plane, and I don’t expect anyone to build one but in this tutorial. After having been withdrawn from the US Army, it was transferred to the Argentine Army arriving to the country on December 24th 1992 piloted by Lieutenant colonel Carlos Spika.
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The clear parts have a particular shape, especially its windshield, but following the instructions coming from the manufacturers, there were no difficulties of fit. As to mention some weak points, I should say the thickness of the recessed lines which are too wide and I had to sand all the aircraft surface to get them narrower. It seems that when accomplishing this version, the manufacturer had already planned to put OV-ID version on the market, since according to the building drawings, some parts are not useful for this model but for the D version instead, the new Roden release.
Over the end of the year, we are offering a preview of the best articles we were proud to have during 2015. This note aims at showing the corrections made from scratch, as well as pointing out the necessary modifications to include the Eduard's improvement set to the kit. It all started with a joke, I built a rusted Mustang GT 350 to make a gift to a friend who only builds Mustangs.
Here William offers us a large article, step by step, with pictures during the whole building and a commentary about what we are looking, he calls this a diary, but I think that’s the state of the art of the patience to take pictures. Usually I am not concerned with production cars but, inspirated by some drawings published in Quattroruote (the most important Italian cars magazine) during the 80’s, I decided to start a series of cutaway models, revealing the beautiful technique hidden under their body panels. A little bit of extra detail was added, mainly selt belts - photo etch from the spares box for the pilot's seats, and Tamiya tape for the rear cabin ones.
Humbrol paints were used throughout, except for the tinted window which is brushed Tamiya clear blue enamel.
Decals went on very well, with little silvering, though photos of the real aircraft suggest the large squadron badges are a little oversized. Overall, a very enjoyable build, with plenty of options in the box for markings and armament.


The most annoying experience was never ending discovery of many assembling and painting issues. Modification of the materials or use of the materials for any other purpose is a violation of Damian Covalski's copyright and other proprietary rights. Another point to mention is the SPLASH which has small parts, anyway they can be used without problem.
I refer to some antennas, blade ones, and especially the nose in clear plastic for the cameras. Anyway, there are no kits for this kind of modification (except for one of the Acu-stion for the Tamiya XV1600 kit), so it's not possible to get one. This model was started before Tamiya announced their kit, and I have to admit that during this build I did consider scrapping it more than once. Here you’ll have typical indications for the most experienced modelers but very useful for newcomers or for those about to take their first steps into scale model cars.
The purpose of this note would not be to tell you how I built the model, because this kit has been discontinued more than ten years ago, so it is quite difficult to get one. From that moment on, my affair with which, I think is the best scale car kit ever produced, began.
I normally have no problems in starting new projects but then I struggle to finish one, except if I have to enter a contest.
It was at a modelers meeting when he received a homage and the joke consisted of letting him know the arduous remodeling and restoration work he would have with this rusted Mustang.
It was very close to take away world championship from Jacque Villeneuve that year until the final nasty collision caused by Michael Schumacher.
Some sport cars from the Tamiya range (namely Ferrari) are the perfect bases to carry out this long-term project, so let’s begin with the Testarossa.
I would like to have replaced the transparent intake guards with something more realistic, but this will wait until I can get some mesh in a suitable size.
Among the different destinies while seeing service for the US Army, it saw action in 50 reconnaissance missions in the Persian Gulf at “Desert Shield” and “Desert Storm” this is why 5 camels were painted on the left door of the front wheel well, decoration that is used nowadays when seeing service in Argentina.


In spite that this kit is simple, it’s very important to follow the instructions to avoid unexpected surprises. And here my comment: probably, you have seen better detailed kits, or even superb models limited editions. At that time the 911 Carrera was a relatively new issued kit, so mine would have been the first one seen at a contest in my area, that’s the reason why I choose a non-standard eye-catching color and showy wheels. I took advantage of my work and presented it in a contest that took place in Campinas city. As a result, Schumacher was the one got thrown off the track and Villeneuve went on the win the driver championship.
The black stripes were brush painted, modified slightly from the instructions, which appear to show an erroneous extra stripe in the plan view.
The kit is very good, but very tricky sometimes and it is really hard to avoid mistakes and inaccuracy. Despite the challenges and limitations of this kit, I am very happy (and proud) of the end result.
In spite that modelers use to skip or change the order in the instruction steps, I’ll build this kit as per instructions. Some care was needed in joining the fuselage halves, as there are a lot of internal components to line up.
Very memorable year especially when Schumacher was fighting all points back and it made thing exciting.



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