FW 190 V16 alias FW 190 C
Posted 10 September 2009 - 07:03 AM
when I looked in my spare-parts box I discovered the remains left over from my TA and ME 209 builds plus some usefull things of an old FW 190 A Hasegawa kit. At the same time I read an article in a Flightmag about the illfaited FW 190 C. Why not use this leftovers to build it?
At first it was my intention to build the V30 with the exhaust driven supercharger under the belly, but I thought try the V-16 first the V30 won't run away.
Posted 10 September 2009 - 07:13 AM
a prts list:
FW-190 A (oldtool Hasegawa)
-wings and rudders
FW-190 D (oldtool Revell)
-undercarriage and parts of the Wingroots
FW-190 D (Newtool Revell)
-fuselage and cockpit
BF 109G (oldtool Revell)
Posted 10 September 2009 - 07:20 AM
The most difficult work so far was outmilling the the undercarriage-well of the A-wing.
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Finished: Revell Dora | Hasegawa Emil | Revell Zero Rebuild | 21st Century C.202 | Tamiya A6M5 Zero | Hasegawa Avia S-92 | Hasegawa Fw 190D-11 | Matchbox Sea Venom | XS-Models Hughes H-1
In Progress: Hasegawa Fw 190S Conversion | Matchbox Spitfire 22/24 | Birdcage Corsair the Hard Way!
Shelf of Shame: Revell X-1 | Matchbox Emil
Posted 10 September 2009 - 05:31 PM
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On the bench:
1/32 WNW SE5a...almost done
1/32 TAM F-4E just started
assortment of figures
Posted 11 September 2009 - 05:25 AM
You can't seee much of the instrument panel of a FW even when the cockpit hood is open. So I decided to use my venerable Corel Draw and designed a panel which I printed on foto-paper and cemented it into the cockpit.
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