Paper Model of

The 'Chance Vought F4U Corsair' was an American fighter aircraft that saw service in World War II and the Korean War. Corsairs flew their final combat missions during the 1969 "Football War" between Honduras and El Salvador. The conflict was famously triggered, though not really caused, by a disagreement over a football (soccer) match. Both sides claimed various numbers of kills, and each side disputed the claims of the other. This model is 1:33 of the original plane. Its my favourite one. Cuz its a unique airplane, the wings are slightly curved and the whole cockpit is visible. Material used- 100% paper. And all handwork done with normal synthetic adhesive. It took me more than 1.5 months to complete. The good thing about paper modelling is that every minute, the excitement increases to see the final product and dats why I indulge myself in this hobby so much. I would like to thank Mr. DeWayne Barnett for his incouragement and providing me the knowledge. Thanks for visiting. Do write your email ID after Your comments. Call me or email me if you want to buy / order any of my completely built models (Please be noted that the plans are not sold here).

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Tim Linville 16 Mar 2014

The Best Dogfight Plane of the Whole Era!Great Reproduction!Back When I was Young,the Black Sheep Squadron Was on TV.Killer Dogfight Show.It Had All the Variations of Corsairs.Bubble Canopies Were the Coolest!I Like Your Fine Finishing Details!

Anonymous Guest 26 Jun 2011

cool yoh!!!! nce work.... you have any books or tutorials?

Artist Reply: Thanks... Internet is the best guide you could ever get... As suce, I really dun have any tutorials and stuff :-)
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Anonymous Guest 22 Jun 2010

quote the price for this model.............

Artist Reply: Hi. Please send me your email Id. I will send the quotation to you personally.

Anonymous Guest 13 Oct 2009

This is simply awesome. "Attention to detail" upto this extent, in paper art - is just mind blowing. I wish you all the best for your next project and wish all the success for your business venture-"Ameen". By the way I liked your company's name as much as I liked your artworks. Congratulations...!! - Rajkumar Mehta (Accenture Colleague)

Artist Reply: Hi Rajkumar, thank you so much for your wonderful and precious words. I haven't recieved such a nice comment since long time. Thanks for refreshing my art portfolio and my confidence :-) Keep visiting for more :-)

Anonymous Guest 27 Jul 2009

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