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Dale1416Guillows 25S-DC22 Convair B-36Reference30-Jun-14 21:26
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Went to an RC Fly-In this weekend. Here are a few pics of the outstanding aircraft. It was a thrill to see this fly overhead.
Dale1416Guillows 25S-DC22 Convair B-36Reference23-Jun-10 13:18
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The Convair B-36 "Peacemaker" was a strategic bomber built by Convair and operated solely by the United States Air Force (USAF) from 1949 to 1959. The B-36 was the largest mass-produced piston engine aircraft ever made.
Dale1416Guillows 25S-DC22 Convair B-36Reference23-Jun-10 13:14
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The huge new XB-36 alongside the first superbomber, the B-29 Superfortress. The wings of the 'Peacemaker' were 7 feet (2.1 m) thick at the root.
Dale1416Guillows 25S-DC22 Convair B-36Reference23-Jun-10 13:12
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Personnel and equipment required to get and keep a B-36 aircraft in the air
Dale1416Guillows 25S-DC22 Convair B-36Parked21-Jun-10 10:56
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The Kit says the largest plastic scale model airplane kit ever produced! It has a 38 1/2" wingspan!
Dale1416Guillows 25S-DC22 Convair B-36Parked21-Jun-10 10:54
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1/72 Scale B-36 "Peacemaker" Bomber
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Dale1416Guillows 25S-DC22 Convair B-36Parked21-Jun-10 10:52
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Since it was molded in silver plastic, there wasn't much painting required. This was an older model produced back in 1980.
Dale1416Guillows 25S-DC22 Convair B-36Parked21-Jun-10 10:51
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Here's a close-up of the cockpit. I did a little bit of detail work and painted the cockpit. Hard to see, but the model has two pilots and a lot of detail inside.
Dale1416Guillows 25S-DC22 Convair B-36Parked21-Jun-10 10:49
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Here's the B-36 "Peacemaker" Bomber. I built this model for a friend who purchased the kit over 30 years ago, but never got around to building it. In fact, the B-29 model that I recently finished was from this same gentleman who asked me to build it for him. The yellowed instruction sheet is dated 1980. The kit is produced by Monogram, and is reportedly the largest plastic scale model airplane ever produced. This was a fun build and a beautiful model.
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