P-51D cockpit build

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Stang
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Re: P-51D cockpit build

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As usual...you're the MASTER of the build.

Fantastic work Ed!!

Happy I could lend a tiny bit of influence in your wonderful cockpit.

Stang out

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Raceguy
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Re: P-51D cockpit build

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Thanks Stang, but without plans like yours nothing gets built.

Take care
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Killratio
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Re: P-51D cockpit build

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Hey Ed,

Are you using the civi Mustang or have you a clever way of removing the gunsight ? (Enquiring minds and all that!)
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Raceguy
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Re: P-51D cockpit build

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Hi Darryl

I fly both the MIL and CIV Mustang even though my pit is a MIL modified with a switch box in place of the gun sight.

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Re: P-51D cockpit build

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Cheers Ed, just thought you might have a secret formula ;)
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