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Wouter

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Wouter last won the day on September 20 2020

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About Wouter

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  • Birthday 04/21/1979

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    Netherlands
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    Mostly WW2 related, german armor and planes. And I would really like to see a Fokker G-1 in glorious 1/32!

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  1. Try a dutch version: More here: https://www.ipms.nl/artikelen/nedmil-luchtvaart/vliegtuigen-c/vliegtuigen-c-consol-catalina
  2. I hope you get well soon John. All the best, Wouter
  3. I misread the post from Thomas as I thought he meant the inside of the bomb bay. That would be a cool upgrade, but I don't think there's enough info/reference to make one. The part you provide in the conversion is fine in my opinion, just some filling and scribing needed as you mentioned.
  4. You're welcome Thomas. As for the bomb bay, I don't have much info about that one. Maybe John from AIMS would be willing to commission the part. If anyone has enough info on the Ju88 and derivatives it would be him I guess.
  5. Hi all, while I'm not very active on the forums at this moment I still keep an eye out on anything LSP related. As some of you might remember a few years ago I finished the AIMS Ju388 L1 conversion. When building it I wasn't to happy with the instrument panel (a few mm to big) so I decided to create one in 3D and print it through Shapeways. Recently one of our forum members asked me about it and one thing let to another; the IP is now available for purchase on Shapeways (see direct link below). If you decide to purchase it, keep in mind that everything will be handed by Shape
  6. Do not look any further: Master x resin conversion kit for He111z
  7. Maybe the HGW positive rivet set for the fw190 d9 could help? https://hgwmodels.cz/en/pozitivni-nyty/935-fw-190d-9-riveting-set-132-321001.html
  8. Aviation Megastore has it listed for €69,95 (80 us dollar or 64 GBP) which sounds resonable enough. At least a lot better then the € 95 for the WNW DVII. Link tot Aviation Megastore product page
  9. Don't you want to just hop in and fly with the damn thing! Great to see you made the finish line with this one. It certainly wasn't a walk in the park, but the end result is a joy to the eye.
  10. I can't see the picture either, but photobucket is a notoriously bad website for sharing in my opinion. That being said, must Luftwaffe prop blades and spinners where in standard RLM 70 Schwarzgrün (black green). Looking at pictures from the V18 I'd recon the spinner is the same color as the blades.
  11. Thanks for the info. You'll learn something new everyday here on LSP
  12. Such a shame they all ended in the scrapper...
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