A fine piece of work


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It's every schoolboy's dream - from the tiny rows of ammunition to the miniature cockpit canopy gracing this stunning model aircraft.

It is an exact replica of a P-51D Mustang which was America's primary long-range fighter plane during the Second World War. And it was made by a retired dentist who used some of his instruments to create it.

Built on a 1/16 scale, every part is fully functional, linked by an intricate series of minuscule chains, cables and hinges.


Firepower: Ammunition belts inside the left wing. Each tiny round is made of three individual parts


In the cockpit: Miniature levers, chains and pulleys show attention to detail. A dentist's drill was used to indent metal

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