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Old 04-04-2011, 08:37 PM   #1 (permalink)
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New from Corgi Aviation Archive the AC-130A Gunship USAF 919th SOW, 711th SOS, "First Lady", Duke Field, FL Diecast Model Airplane in 1:144 scale. Limited Edition of 700! For more information please visit Corgi AC-130A Gunship USAF First Lady Diecast Model Airplanes from Corgi CGUS31312

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Old 04-06-2011, 07:23 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Default Re: New Arrival: Corgi AC-130A Gunship USAF "First Lady" 1:144 Scale

Alas, they have once again compromised by putting the regular external tanks normally carried between the engines on C-130E/H model, outboard of the wings to make an AC-130A. These are far too large for a C-130A model and it[s a shame that Corgi can't be bothered to make smaller castings for the correct-sized tanks.
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Excellent point, Adrian. The tanks ARE too large, especially that far outboard of the wings. Throws the whole model out of whack. On the plus side, it looks like Corgi is striving to make their models with fewer huge seams in them.
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