The P51C has been posted before, it generated a discussion as to the merits/demerits of showing the prop stationary but the wheels up! I notice the the P47 is the same...
re. that 'razorback'; i have now filed it adjacent to a much more cutaway line piece with which it could register perfectly (except for having gear down and a prop three sizes bigger with a different ellipse angle ) signed WEAL, maybe.
Only other P-47s i have are all opposite angle and the later shape - one att to Peter Castles also line & pretty much skinless, which might neatly overlay a nice colour-washed one by Reynold Brown ( for Industrial Aviation, January 1945 ) whose is i think the signature on that P51C - certainly on the P-82 and the P-38 and the B-17 looks like his work too ...
edited to correct self; B-17 is elsewhere att to R.G. Smith and J.W. Tillotson, for Industrial Aviation, December 1944 - so the house style?
add. edit - lots of WEALs and a couple of Badrockes amongst them.
Edited by fnqvmuch, 11 April 2011 - 13:57.