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#31 Chris/Germany

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Posted 02 March 2007 - 05:03 PM

Yeah...............looking good!.................( f..ck, this nice little Bo105 would also fit into this category :lol: )

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Posted 02 March 2007 - 09:47 PM

Let's see, how far my masochism goes...


...but the little fella below just won't leave me in peace... :)


...I'll give it a shot, as I know myself... :unsure:

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There's nothing like bad fit, there is just not enough putty...

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Posted 02 March 2007 - 10:01 PM

Let's see, how far my masochism goes...
...but the little fella below just won't leave me in peace... :P
...I'll give it a shot, as I know myself... :unsure:

I'll want to see this one how are you going about it? start from the revell mirage and turn that one around or are you starting from scratch??

Ps I realy realy want to make that one too some day maybe this year B) ;) :) :P

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Posted 02 March 2007 - 10:10 PM

I have to check first how much I can actually take over. Windscreen, canopy, forward fuselage and air intakes look at least a little similar. :unsure: Being able to use the engine (with some refinements) would be helpful too.

There's nothing like bad fit, there is just not enough putty...

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Special Hobby Ki-27 Nate Hasegawa FW 190 A-8

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#35 Derek B

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Posted 03 March 2007 - 12:58 AM

Hi Michael,

Normally, if I assess the kit conversion as being over 60% scratch build, I generally go 100% scratch build at that point - it saves a lot of time in the long run (often, it is much faster, and easier/more accurate, to build something from scratch rather than take twice as long to convert the kit part). Hopefully, as you say, there maybe some standard Mirage parts that you can adapt for it in order to make your life a little easier. All the luck in the world to you on this build, like Frederick, I am looking forward to seeing how you tackle it.

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I have to check first how much I can actually take over. Windscreen, canopy, forward fuselage and air intakes look at least a little similar. :unsure: Being able to use the engine (with some refinements) would be helpful too.


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Posted 15 March 2007 - 04:22 PM

Hi Guys,

I have just received a copy of the 1/72 scale Aviation News plans for the SAAB 105 from Andy (LSP Kagemusha)...so a huge thank you to him for that - I couldn't start this project without his help :lol: . I shall now scale upthe drawings to 1/32 scale and figure out how I am to tackle this particular task. Hans, I could do with that SAAB 105 info' now please, if you have it? :D

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Derek

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Posted 24 April 2007 - 06:10 AM

Hi all,

The Ripper has finished his second entry in the GB. Have a look in the gallery(follow the progresslink) to see the amazing rotating blades !




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