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North American B-25J Mitchell
This is a B-25J that was bought by the Royal Air Force, that is now in Ontario, Canada at the Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum. I know it should have a solid nose, but I like the glass one better. I hope you enjoy it.
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  June 20, 2017
Quoting Bryce Jones hi you might remember me I commented on your B-17 El lobo II and this is just as good as that but I mean you are like the best plane builder ever and I was wondering have you heard of the game War thunder?
I remember you. :) Thank you. Yes, I've heard of War Thunder and played it for a few years.
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  June 20, 2017
Quoting Bryce Jones this is really cool and accurate I have seen 2 B-25s before and this looks identical (except for the size XD) but you just continue to amaze me!
Thank you!
  May 21, 2017
this is really cool and accurate I have seen 2 B-25s before and this looks identical (except for the size XD) but you just continue to amaze me!
  May 20, 2017
hi you might remember me I commented on your B-17 El lobo II and this is just as good as that but I mean you are like the best plane builder ever and I was wondering have you heard of the game War thunder?
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  May 19, 2017
wow this is awesome I have seen 2 B-25s before and this thing is amazing and nice works on the invasion stripes!
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  December 28, 2015
Planes are hard!?
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  December 26, 2014
Quoting Marc dZ This one is immediately reconnisable. You brilliantly caught the shape and the typical angles made by main wings. Bright work on the D-Day stripes. The little details as bombing bay, landing gears and turrets add a great value. You really are a warbirds fan.
Thank you!
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  December 26, 2014
This one is immediately reconnisable. You brilliantly caught the shape and the typical angles made by main wings. Bright work on the D-Day stripes. The little details as bombing bay, landing gears and turrets add a great value. You really are a warbirds fan.
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  November 1, 2014
Quoting Kurt's MOCs Great job! I love the camo and the glass nose. Great to see a Canadian version of the Mitchell.
Thank you!
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  October 31, 2014
Great job! I love the camo and the glass nose. Great to see a Canadian version of the Mitchell.
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  October 3, 2014
Quoting arwenromel hanna excellent work
Thank you!
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  October 3, 2014
excellent work
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  October 2, 2014
Quoting Centurion Cone Fantastic!
Thanks!
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  October 2, 2014
Fantastic!
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  August 20, 2014
Quoting jim mcdonough excellent work,nice shaping and clean smooth lines,instantly recognisable,also the fact its a working model makes it that much harder to make,only downside is the wings look like they flop presumably with the weight of the wings,but its still outstanding work,you seem to have the upper gun perfectly suited its not too big and its glass,5/5
The flop of the wings is not as bad as it looks. I think it's just the camera. :)
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  August 20, 2014
Thank you. I'm glad everyone enjoyed it.
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  August 20, 2014
Quoting Henrik Jensen First of all, welcome to MOCpages. Another really nice model to start with here on MOC-pages - I'm already looking forward to see what comes in the future. I like your color scheme with British identification marks and the invasion stripes, but I don´t understand why you made it with glass-nose when the real one doesn´t have it, and we thereby will miss the magnificent nose-art. You will also have to explain the red machine-guns on the fuselage side, do you have any pictures to refer to?
I find that most nose art is offensive and the plane that I based mine off of is offensive, that is why I chose the glass nose. About the guns, I thought it needed some color. This is the plane. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/North_American_B-25_Mitchell#mediaviewer/File:B-25J_Mitchell_high_bank_80th.JPG
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  August 20, 2014
First of all, welcome to MOCpages. Another really nice model to start with here on MOC-pages - I'm already looking forward to see what comes in the future. I like your color scheme with British identification marks and the invasion stripes, but I don´t understand why you made it with glass-nose when the real one doesn´t have it, and we thereby will miss the magnificent nose-art. You will also have to explain the red machine-guns on the fuselage side, do you have any pictures to refer to?
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  August 20, 2014
Sweet. The curves on the fuselage and wings are excellent. Great weapons and marking too. A really fantastic model.
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  August 20, 2014
Really nice work there.
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  August 20, 2014
excellent work,nice shaping and clean smooth lines,instantly recognisable,also the fact its a working model makes it that much harder to make,only downside is the wings look like they flop presumably with the weight of the wings,but its still outstanding work,you seem to have the upper gun perfectly suited its not too big and its glass,5/5
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  August 20, 2014
Excellent work! I love shaping of the wings and fuselage. The Bombay looks awesome. Just brilliant!
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  August 20, 2014
Great work on capturing the shape of this classic bomber, complete with "invasion stripes"!
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  August 20, 2014
Wow, that's pretty cool!
 
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