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Servo's 1:1 Stock Replica Showcase [Newest Craft - M-15]

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It's been a while since I've added craft to this page, since I've been building craft that aren't exactly 1:1 replicas. But they deserve to be seen, so bear with me.

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First off the block is my most recent creation, the Republic P-47 Thunderbolt. The spiritual ancestor to the A-10, it was a mean machine that wasn't afraid of taking hits or giving them.

https://kerbalx.com/servo/P-47-Thunderbolt

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The next is a 1:1 replica of a craft that doesn't exist! This is the Grumman YF-28 Alleycat, a fictional super-Tomcat capable of post-stall maneuvers and STOL operations.

It is the craft which inspired @HB Stratos's Original Fighter Design Competion

Find it here: https://kerbalx.com/servo/Grumman-YF-28-Alleycat

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And finally we have the P-51 which I built a while back. I debated putting it in here at the time, since it's not a proper 1:1, but since I'm bending the rules anyway, I may as well.

Download link: https://kerbalx.com/servo/P-51D-Mustang

For more on each craft, take a look through the OP or read their respective craft pages.

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On ‎3‎/‎8‎/‎2019 at 6:32 PM, Servo said:

First off the block is my most recent creation, the Republic P-47 Thunderbolt.

My favorite WW2 aircraft! Thanks mate! It looks great! :cool:

You see, that even rhymes. Clever me.

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Watch out, Yamato, here comes the USS Johnston!

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This has been my labor of love for the past few weeks. A 1:1 WWII-era destroyer class that would ultimately boast 175 examples, with one serving until 2006. The Fletchers were "Destroyers which fought like a Battleship", packing five 5" guns on top of a load of torpedo tubes, secondary batteries, and AA guns. 

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It's feature complete too - the main turrets swivel and elevate, and her powerplant gets her to almost 30 knots top speed.

Be advised: 1705 parts means that it's not for the faint of FPS:

Download link: https://kerbalx.com/servo/USS-Johnston

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I have a request - make the MiG-105 "Spiral" spaceplane. It was cancelled fairly early on in the development to go down in history as the Soviet equivalent of the Dyna-soar.

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On 5/11/2019 at 7:54 PM, Starboost88 said:

Have you considered a 1:1 MiG-19PT with stock AA-2 Atoll missiles?

After a bit of a delay, yes. 

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The MiG-19ST has been added to the OP.

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Don't mind the intakes under the wings... for a fairing-bodied craft, you have to hide intakes wherever you can, and this was the best solution.

Download link: https://kerbalx.com/servo/MiG-19pt

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On 6/16/2019 at 2:12 PM, Starboost88 said:

Lockheed P-80E Shooting Star next?

That's turning out harder than expected - the shape of the nose is really difficult for a perfectionist like myself. It's too pointy to do with fuel tanks, but too oval-ly to do with fairings.

 

But in the vein of "things that were harder than expected," here's my belated contribution to the Apollo 50th anniversary: The EC-18B ARIA!

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This one was a slight test of patience, or at least of my ability to deal with editor lag unlike any I've done before. It was definitely a learning experience for me, and will heavily inform any work I do with fairing-bodied airliners (or certain super large cargo planes... no comment) in the future. I'd like to shout out @Kronus_Aerospace for being very helpful/supportive/inspiring through the build process.

Download Link: https://kerbalx.com/servo/EC-18B-ARIA

 

And another craft from the vault, which I forgot to upload here: The Douglas A-4 Skyhawk!

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Download Link: https://kerbalx.com/servo/A-4-Skyhawk

Chronologically, I built this just after the Johnston, but didn't consider it a particularly impressive build at the time. It was well received on KerbalX, so I'm posting it here as well

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On 7/24/2019 at 8:03 PM, Servo said:

That's turning out harder than expected - the shape of the nose is really difficult for a perfectionist like myself. It's too pointy to do with fuel tanks, but too oval-ly to do with fairings. 

 

But in the vein of "things that were harder than expected," here's my belated contribution to the Apollo 50th anniversary: The EC-18B ARIA!

 

This one was a slight test of patience, or at least of my ability to deal with editor lag unlike any I've done before. It was definitely a learning experience for me, and will heavily inform any work I do with fairing-bodied airliners (or certain super large cargo planes... no comment) in the future. I'd like to shout out @Kronus_Aerospace for being very helpful/supportive/inspiring through the build process.

Download Link: https://kerbalx.com/servo/EC-18B-ARIA

 

And another craft from the vault, which I forgot to upload here: The Douglas A-4 Skyhawk!

 

Download Link: https://kerbalx.com/servo/A-4-Skyhawk

Chronologically, I built this just after the Johnston, but didn't consider it a particularly impressive build at the time. It was well received on KerbalX, so I'm posting it here as well

Oh, also that skyhawk is FAB(ulous) . May I suggest an A-20 Boston?

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