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Cees Broere

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  1. My Manchester would like look like a dwarf compared to your Lincoln
  2. At school I was taught during German class that it was a "Ringel-S".
  3. There are two projects in the UK, although the other one, a cardoor, is for static display. There is cooperation between all three organisations.
  4. Never heard that de Havilland ever made wooden props.
  5. Wonderful work Jay,may I ask how you attach those details on an already painted surface?
  6. Ahh, but that exactly the problem
  7. No I didn’t, and I must say that kind of detail isn’t really important to me to avoid getting lost in too much detailwork.
  8. Nope, I used most of the Tamiya fuselage including intakes although widened by 3 mm. The tail however was replaced by the Revell parts. The Revell intakes are wider than the Tamiya kit but didn’t like them. I did use the Revell mainwings with Tamiya outerwings. A real Frankentoom.
  9. I have the same problem with my FGR-2 conversion. Haven't checked yet but perhaps the Revell parts can be used posed open in case the do not fit in the closed position. Choices choices
  10. Frank Mitchell certainly was the inspiration for my current conversion project (sorry it is on LSM after the photobucket foul up) but I didn't think that in the end I would nail a Revell tail to the Tamiya fuselage and fit Revell wings as well.
  11. Those are very nice pics and clearly show how the fuselage slopes down sharply at the rear. Something that is not depicted in the Tamiya kit IMHO. Keep it up Anthony.
  12. What a phantastic model. Although I am a propguy the Phantom is one of the jets I really like.
  13. Nice attention to detail Anthony, mine doesn't go all the way as yours does but good enough. Now get on with it and don't leave me alone in this
  14. IIRC the undercarriage legs were beefier, but don't know it that shows clearly between the two. The D-XXI reconstruction that is almost finished in the Netherlands uses Finnish legs.
  15. That turned out beautifully Nick. Not to be taken as criticism but the only thing that distracts from your model is the solid top windscreen. A fault in the kit whereas the top has glazing too. Cheers Cees
  16. Nice result Anthony, It looks like the fueldumppipes are still in J-type configuration. The British version had a much shorter setup.
  17. Very nice subject and right up my alley. I have a stalled Revell kit and Trumpeter fuselage halves in use as a paint mule. Hmmmm. Good to see you back in action Dave.
  18. Nice to see one built up. I got one in the stash too as I planned to use it as a template for a plasticard version but it is still down there,....somewhere.
  19. I want that CA-15. It's up there with the Martin Baker MB-5 and Spiteful for brute powerrrr.
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