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P-51 Mustang Big Beautiful Doll
VERSION II OF THIS IS FINISHED CHECK IT OUT AT http://mocpages.com/moc.php/203641 This is a P-51 Mustang with the "Big Beautiful Doll" paint job. This is my first creation and my 3rd attempt at my favorite historic military plane.
About this creation







The nose took me a while to build. I had to use a lot of small pieces and keeping it sturdy and from falling apart was a tough task.


The ailerons moving down.


I got inspiration from Spencer D for the concept for the US star. Thanks!


The rudder moves freely left and right.


The elevator moving up.


The wheels when closed. They are pretty flush with the bottom of the wing because I used that concave like piece to fold the wheels into.



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  September 23, 2012
well done
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  May 6, 2011
wonderful design and technique
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  December 23, 2010
That is an amazing MOC!!!!! I like how you made the landing gear retractable! I have an aircraft group(called the WWII Aircraft Group), and I wish you could join it.
C. Binno
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Henry Byrd
  December 5, 2010
Great Job!
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  December 5, 2010
Nice! love the checker-board design!
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  October 30, 2010
Wow OMG Its so coooool check out my creations!!!
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  October 15, 2010
excellentay!
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  August 9, 2010
awesome i love ww2 planes and lego my favorite plane is the spitfire
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  May 7, 2010
Wow! So Big!
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  April 29, 2010
Very cool! The big beautiful doll has a very cool paint scheme.
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  April 18, 2010
great job, but you should make a bigger canopy.
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  April 3, 2010
Quoting Christo Tracey Wow! That is a seriously impressive model! It must be really hard to build a P-51 acurately, firstly because it has such nice curves, but also because everyone knows how it's supposed to look. I especially liked the nose - how many hours/days/weeks did it take to get it right?
I started with the nose because that's my favorite part. It took me i think about 6 hours. The hardest part was finding all the pieces in my collection and how to actually keep it all together in one piece. I finished the rest on my thanksgiving break(3 days). I am remodeling again now, sooo...
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  April 3, 2010
Wow! That is a seriously impressive model! It must be really hard to build a P-51 acurately, firstly because it has such nice curves, but also because everyone knows how it's supposed to look. I especially liked the nose - how many hours/days/weeks did it take to get it right?
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  April 1, 2010
kewl, AWESOME PLANE
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  April 1, 2010
Quoting Commander Cj Is it minifigure scale?
yeah, perfectly. i'll try to remember to put a minifigure in it when i upload the pics in a few weeks.
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  April 1, 2010
Is it minifigure scale?
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  March 31, 2010
Quoting john lamarck Try a 1X1 round plate. There's no perfect solution, that's why I used MegaBloks parts for my own Mustang (nose and canopy, the trickiest parts).
all right i finally found a good idea for the canopy. its pretty awesome and took me about 4 hours
  March 31, 2010
Try a 1X1 round plate. There's no perfect solution, that's why I used MegaBloks parts for my own Mustang (nose and canopy, the trickiest parts).
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  March 31, 2010
Quoting john lamarck Spencer's canopy is one solution among others. Have a look at the many P-51Ds on Brickshelf. The nose cone would be better if you used a 4X4X2 cone.
If i used that type of cone, how would I top it. You know, what type of piece could I finish it with? If i use the same 2x2x1 cone it isn't flush and the angles of the cones isn't accurate.
  March 31, 2010
Spencer's canopy is one solution among others. Have a look at the many P-51Ds on Brickshelf. The nose cone would be better if you used a 4X4X2 cone.
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  March 31, 2010
whoa! nice mustang! The rudder is really clever, great job.
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  March 30, 2010
Quoting john lamarck Good work but the canopy doesn't fit with the rest of the plane and you should remove those wedge bricks along the fuselage. The Rolls Royce Packard Merlin has only 12 cylinders not 14...
do you have any good concepts how to make the canopy fit with the rest of the plane. please respond if you have good ideas
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  March 30, 2010
Not sure how accurate this is but it looks superb - the paint job is astonishing. 5 stars, an awesome model
  March 30, 2010
Good work but the canopy doesn't fit with the rest of the plane and you should remove those wedge bricks along the fuselage. The Rolls Royce Packard Merlin has only 12 cylinders not 14...
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  March 29, 2010
omg thath is so cool
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  March 29, 2010
This is impressive. So much detailed and full with working stuff! Magnificant work!
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  March 28, 2010
Wonderful work.
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  March 28, 2010
This is airplane. Colors, shape ...
  March 28, 2010
Really really nice. Interesting technics.
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  March 28, 2010
This is the BEST P-51 I have seen. great work! TT
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  March 28, 2010
Wow! Nice clean build, and some beautiful color work. Well done!
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  March 28, 2010
very good work,but isn`t the nose too big?
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  March 27, 2010
Nice work, down to the detail, I like it.
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  March 27, 2010
Awesome, I like the markings on its wings, great job on the shape, very impressive
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  March 27, 2010
very nice.I love the details.
 
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