Young C. Park, retired dentist of Honolulu, Hawaii, has satisfied a life long interest in model airplanes with his meticulous, incredibly detailed models of the Corsair and P-51 Mustang. Pictured below is Young Park's Corsair.
Via the Internet Craftsmanship Museum,
"The wings fold, the wheels and hook retract and the controls work. This aircraft took about 6000 hours over a period of 5 years to build...
Using tweezers, the controls can be moved. All cables and linkages are in place to work the wing control surfaces as well. Young Park has since carved a pilot's face and hands from solid aluminum and built an articulated pilot to sit in the cockpit."
Amazing work. Click through for more info on Park and his process.
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