Radiant V scratch build

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barrie

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Hi every one, here is the latest thing of my model table, a 3 foot long Radiant v model, I maybe should have put it in prop replica but not to sure just how big the prop model was any one know the sizes ?.
anyway here she is all plastic sheet apart from a very few kit bits, please let me know what you think.
regards Barrie ( the old guy )
 

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Duncanator

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As I recall, the original model is closer to 6 feet long. Just a rough approximation, so don't take that as gospel.
The color was a kind of purple-ish maroon.

Funny story: Some of the small "buildings" around the base of the tower were add-ons to cover the landing gear mechanisms that ended up sticking out through the hull. To get the gear extension action that was desired, made the mechanisms bulkier than would fit in the model.
 

barrie

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I wish that I had the free space to build a six foot replica or at least for some one to ask me to build them a SIX FOOT MODEL but now 3 foot model will be big enough for me. When it goes on display in my local hobby shop some one may buy it and ask for a bigger version that would be great.
Thank you for the information on the ship all helps you can never have to much reference material.

regards Barrie ( the old guy with not enough space )
 

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