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    B17 "walkaround"

    Need documentation for a B17? Can't do much better than this! Spectacular photos.

    http://home.comcast.net/~szee1a/Al_o..._overcast.html

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    RE: B17

    Great pictures!
    Please check out my RC airplane blog at http://alsrcsite.com

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    RE: B17

    As a WWI builder it's almost scary thinking of having to do that much detail! It's almost like a whole different kind of modeling.

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    RE: B17

    yes the walkarounds are the best books to have for building close to scale as you can if your into that and I am,all of mine are ww2 fighters and torpedo bombers,my number one pick is the AD-SKYRAIDER.
    keep your powder dry and pray the creeks dont rise.


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