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#16 Ian Aylmer

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Posted 14 March 2007 - 07:40 PM

Looks like a great build so far. I had this kit when I was about 15, remember painting those stripes all over it..............with a paint brush and non thinned enamels. Ha ha.

Those where the days.

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#17 stusbke

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Posted 30 May 2007 - 09:08 PM

looking great Erwin

yes you do need one more thing to add

the two carpace antenna's at the intake

here's a picture to show where these suckers go, normaly these were included in the tail set I gave you at Hoboken :rolleyes:

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voila I hoe this picture helps you out the navigation lights are also molded on to the resin parts no need to add these from the kit you can however replace them with the clear parts just to let know that

HTH

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#18 stusbke

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Posted 30 May 2007 - 09:26 PM

no open would be just fine Erwin. Just leave it as is

ooh and I just noticed I mixed them up again they are the antennas for the rapport III system and the carapace is the one we use nowaydays on our MLU viper :rolleyes: sorry Erwin

I just mixed up the names of those thing that's all

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