The premier ace of World war II night fighter fame was Major Carrol C. smith of the 418th night fighter squadron stationed in the Pacific. on December 29th, 1944, Major Smith and his radar operator, Lt. Philip Porter, accomplished a feat unheard of in night fighter history as they intercepted and destroyed four Japanese aircraft in a single night with their Times-A-Wasten' P-61. I hope you enjoy my plane. :)
Quoting Michael Bragg
A beautiful bird, man! The level of detail is extremely impressive, on one of my favorite WWII aircraft.
Also, fun fact: Lucasfilm used the P-61 fuselage as the basis for the ARC-170 starfighter.
Really nice and accurate model of this classic night fighter. You have done a great job of recreating all rudder functions and retractable landing gear and your decals looks great too. Even if you are TFOL, this resembles the work of an experienced modeler. Excellent Work!