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Hans last won the day on November 19 2012

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About Hans

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  • Birthday 12/24/1961

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    Near the coast, The Netherlands
  • Interests
    night fighters and electronic warfare aircraft, civilian aircraft and racers of the "Golden Age", experimental aircraft, Dutch colonial air force.

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  1. Really impressive. Nice photography too, Ivan.
  2. Listed yesterday by the Luchtvaart Hobby Shop as "coming soon" for a little bit less than fourty Euro's...
  3. That is an impressive model, John. I especially like your paint job and the restrained weathering. Looks very life-like to me.
  4. Looks great, Alain. Looking at the size of the original airplane, I wonder how they managed to sqeeze one man in it, let alone two...
  5. That 20 mm quad looks great Danny. Very inspiring. I have this kit as well, still lying dorment in the stash. I am thinking of doing the 1942 multi-coloured camo as she wore in Norway. There is a colour photo on the net, showing predominantly brown and green camouflage colours. I have a colour photo of the ships' other side of the same period in a camo of mostly Schnellbootweiss, sand yellow and black. These two combined should look funny on my model..
  6. That cat is a pretty cool looking character, Eric! It is the cherry on a very nice build, I think.
  7. Did the postwar Spitfires have larger tyre sizes as well?
  8. A Gladiator.. good choice...also earlier I-16 models. We are being spoilt.
  9. That is a work of art, Kent.
  10. Looking at it I think you'll have to cut off the nacelles from the wings, and then make a large number of v-grooves on the inside of the wings lenghtwise, so that they can be formed (or bend) over templates with the correct wing profile. Then glue the templates in place, reinforce the insides of the now correct(ed) wings with epoxy and glassfiber to make them stiff again and place the wings on a flat surface to let them dry. In the meantime keep your fingers crossed... If everything has gone well, put on the nacelles again and modify the the wheel wells.
  11. Hans

    Surgery

    All the best Brian and a speedy recovery
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