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  1. Luftwaffe hangar in northern Jylland / Denmark. https://www.knivholt.dk/hangar This type of hangar was common in occupied europe. Floors and foundation build by local contractors from german drawings. The building came prefabricated from factory in germany. Have fun. Cheers Mikkel
  2. Outstanding work Brian. This project is so awesome. Cant wait to see it sporting some faded paint :-) Happy modelling. Mikkel
  3. Sounds good. I cant remember, but did i include a "finished " pylon in the package with the tightening (!?!?) bolts attached ? If so please note the spacing between the pylon and missile :-) Have fun. Cheers Mikkel
  4. Sounds like a good plan Brian. Please remember the pylons mount the X-4s super close to the wing (because of the low clearance on the He162). You might wanna add a strip on the wing under the pylon for extra clearance :-) Cheers Mikkel
  5. Great work Brian. Perfect solution for constructing the joystick. I have to shamelessly copy that when i get to finish the He162D conversion :-) Have fun. Cheers Mikkel
  6. Great work Jan . Beautiful photography too. Thanks a lot for sharing. Cheers Mikkel
  7. I pray Radu B will release his version of the Scheuch - Schlepper . His stuff IMHO is superior to most other manufactures. So well researched and executed. But if he chose to do a IM version i would definitely not complain :-)
  8. Hello This book is what you need :-) It is very nice with lots of useful color pictuers. https://wwpbooks.com/en/aircraft/57-messerschmitt-me-210-410-in-detail.html Happy modelling Mikkel
  9. Thanks a lot I wiil look for the Assembly ships book. You are right about "The dragon and his tail". It is the Memphis belle of B-24's :-) Cheers Mikkel
  10. Hi Rich Really nice collection of reference material you got. Can you please recomend some 'essential' B-24 books. Im mostly into tecnical stuff and stuff with lots of pictures and paintschemes. I allready have the following : Haynes book Warpaint book Consolidated mess Japo Book Thanks a lot Cheers Mikkel
  11. Very nice. I love the dark sinister look. Cheers
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