Copyright © Collin Riley 2005-2014
Corsair, White 167, 57803, LCDR Roger R. Hedrick, VF-84, USS Bunker
Hill, February 1945
Archive. A very attractive model
with an excellent overall wheathered color and realistic leading-edge
wear on the cowling, and on the wing and tail leading edges. The wear
marks are probably the best I've seen on a Corgi model (the weathering
on Corgi's Zeros is generally awful).
In addition, there are painted representations of engine exhaust carbon
deposits, and painted cordite deposits behind the cartridge ejection
ports under the wings. Effective representations of weathering marks
are painted on the belly just behind the cowling.
All in all, this is the best Corgi Corsair I've seen.
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