I dont normally run two build threads consecutively but with this build I am exploring some new paints and, as such, doing a review of them used 'in action' rather than just for review reasons. First though the kit. This will be my third Tamiya 1/32 Mustang build. That might suggest that I am either a big fan of this kit or of the Mustang, or both. I am but as a kit, no more so that the other Tammy 1/32s and, as an aircraft, less so than the Spit. So why three build of this model? Well for the first build, several years ago, I wanted to do an RAF Mk IV (112 Squadron with the firewall camo scheme) which I duly did. But I also wanted a natural metal finish and a few months ago completed that with a 'Red Tail' Creamer's Dream. Here are pics of these first two builds: When I was researching NMF aftermarket markings for the Mustang I came across several pictures of Passion Wagon and simply loved the artwork. I could not resist it and as a result bought another Tammy Mustang to build it. There are lots of photos on the web and here are a few. This aircraft has an interesting history having been flown by Lt Aval Robertson before being passed on to Lt Chuck Weaver. Soon after Weaver had the aircraft a tail fillet was retrofitted, hence some photos showing this feature. I will be depicting this aircraft when flown by Robertson, when it had six kill markings, no wing fillet and no D Day stripes. When I bought the decals for this bird there was a second set, for Weaver's later aircraft also with some very interesting art work. I could not waste it and had to buy yet another Mustang so as not to waste this second set, this time though I got the ZM 32 scale Mustang instead of the Tammy. But that is not for this thread. I am short of time for now and will post again when I get a chance, to finish introducing this build.