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Wolf Buddee

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  1. Nice work John, A word of caution though. Make sure you test fit the exhaust heat shields and exhaust manifolds before going too much further. You may find that your spark plugs may extend out too far and not allow the heat shields and manifolds to mount properly. That was very much the case with my Spitfire's Merlin. Cheers, Wolf
  2. Wow John, You’re a machine! How many kits do you have on the go? Nonetheless each one you build is amazing! Keep ‘em comin’ Cheers, Wolf
  3. What a beautiful result Chris! You’re going to have to take a photo with this one and your other flight demo Hornet together. What a colourful display that would be. I also have to go on record to say you can’t complete a model in only two pages of a WIP thread. I’m afraid you’re going to have to partially disassemble your model to take more “in progress” photos and spread it over at least two more pages! Cheers, Wolf
  4. Well Peter, When it comes to model building, it really doesn’t get better ‘n this, and that’s the truth! Cheers, Wolf
  5. Wow, Without a doubt the nicest T-Bird I’ve seen to date! Congratulations on a beautiful build. Cheers, Wolf
  6. Very nice Hartmann! I particularly like the colour scheme. I also prefer the look of the Razorback. Well done. Cheers, Wolf
  7. Beautifully done Bill! Always liked the look of the Hellcat and you’ve definitely done it justice. Cheers, Wolf
  8. Absolutely brilliant Sir! Meticulously done. Cheers, Wolf
  9. Hey Martin! Carefully, Martin, carefully, that’s how they’ll be painted now.......... Cheers, Wolf
  10. Wow, what an absolutely gorgeous build! Cheers, Wolf
  11. Hey Bill, Ya know you had to fix it. Martin would have bugged you until you did! Almost done eh? Cheers, Wolf
  12. Thanks Alfonso! The zippers will be painted. Thanks for the input. Cheers, Wolf
  13. Wow Jim, I thought my builds were long term projects but man ave you got me beat! Nonetheless what a little beauty of a build and a great back story to boot. Ya got t’ finish ‘er now, eh? Cheers, Wolf
  14. Gentlemen, Thanks so very much to you all for all your kind responses! They’re very much appreciated. John, your build thread’s info helped a great deal, and that’s the beauty of forums like this. There’s so much that can be learned about a subject from so many different sources and knowledgeable participants. LSP Is a great place to be! Cheers, Wolf
  15. Thanks Chris, Much appreciated! Cheers, Wolf
  16. I finished the wing centre section last night and it's ready to be attached to the fuselage. Another milestone, if you will, on this build. The majority of the work on this section was adding the hydraulic lines within the wheel wells. Although the MLG is in place for the photos it hasn't been glued. I made sure that the MLG assemblies could be removed beforehand as it fits very positively. I have to admit that I had the good fortune of picking up on some of the detail painting help John Kim received while building his Corsair. Cheers, Wolf
  17. Hey Bill, So far I've tried Imgur and it seems to be working. Is there a cost to using Image Shack? I've got to transfer all my photos from PB before saying good-bye and closing the door behind me. Cheers, Wolf
  18. Hi Jay, Sorry but unfortunately I don't have the Pratt and Whitney decals. If I did you'd be most welcome to them. Hopefully someone else has 'em and can help you out. Cheers, Wolf
  19. Beautiful Bill! You want to finish my Corsair? That way it’ll be done before year’s end and look fantastic too. Cheers, Wolf
  20. Peter, Spectacular work! I can’t think of anything more to say. I’m completely envious of your talent.......... Cheers, Wolf
  21. Hey Pat, Lookin’ good Sir. I can guarantee you, if you’re at all concerned about how your gluing of the rudder pedal assemblies look, you’re right. No one will see it. You’ll be lucky just to see the top portion of the pedals. Keep the postings coming! Cheers, Wolf
  22. Hi Peter, I had exactly the same problem on my last posting of my Corsair build. No matter what I tried I couldn’t get the photos up. Most annoying as everything worked as it should on my previous post. I finally gave up and tried Imgur which worked just fine. I’m a paying customer of PB but once I’ve retrieved my existing photos from my account, and there’s a lot of them, we’ll be parting ways. This last incident is one of a number of issues I’ve had with PB. Enough time is spent setting up to take the photos, resize and edit them as necessary, and the spend so much time attaching them to a post and nothin’ works. That’s just bad economy for my money. I hope you get it sorted as I look forward to every one of your updates! Cheers, Wolf
  23. Thank-you Alan, Very kind words indeed! I’m looking forward to seeing some paint as well. I don’t think that’s too far away now (hopefully). Regarding your PM query, I’ll be in touch, I just need to explore some options. Cheers, Wolf
  24. Hi John, Thanks for the kind words. I have to admit that I took your lead on the wheel well assembly. After playing around with dry fitting the parts I couldn’t come up with a better way. One thing I did very early on was to glue the front upper wheel bay part to the upper inner wing. Later I thought doing that was a mistake but it turned out to be a blessing in disguise. See, mutual inspiration, such a great thing! Cheers, Wolf
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