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Tolga ULGUR

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  1. Hello everybody, This is 1/32 Special Hobby Westland Whirlwind Mk.1 with the markings of P6985 HE-J No 263 sqr RAF, Exeter air base March 1941. Model build OOB except for Eduard seat belts and CMK wheels set. Paints are Gunze Sangyo acrylics. Happy Modelling
  2. Thanks Waroff. But I still think there were some N's fitted with 30". The following N's wheel looks like larger. And there is only a man on wingroot And another one , Zotz decal instruction mentions that White 21 fitted with larger wheels.
  3. Yes you are right ,it seems that its angle not correct. Well not sure that is it possible to fixe it Thanks for the clarification
  4. Thanks - Yes Barracudacast set is excellent and fixe kit's shape problems. Minor works need in the joint area to the fuselage - I had the same feeling when I finished the model. I checked the angle of the legs, they seemed right to me. Didn t they ? This may be due to the larger wheels used on the early Tempests. Or it's due to perspective of the photos. I'm not quite sure either.
  5. This is 1/32 Special Hobby Hawker Tempest Mk.V with the markings of JN766/SA-N of 486 (RNZAF) Squadron RAF at Castle Camps Cambridgeshire in January 1944. Cockpit modified with CMK seat and Eduard instrument panel. I have used Barracudacast Nose and Propeller correction set Paints are Gunze Sangyo acrylics Happy modelling
  6. Thanks for your interest Thor. Yes I have started to built this week. When it s finished I will post the pictures in RFI section
  7. Thanks a lot for your comments, much appreciated
  8. Hi all This is 1/32 Dragon’s Messerschmitt Bf 110D with the markings of M8-SP from 6./ZG 76 Greece in 1941. Cockpit modified with Eduard instrument panel and seat belts. Exhausts are from Quickboost Paints: Gunze Sangyo acrylics Decals: EagleCals #32-119 Happy modelling
  9. Thanks a lot for sharing your opinions , much appreciated.
  10. Hello, I have to clarify one point for my next P-40N project I am not quite sure about the wheel size of this P-40N "Geronimo". Normally P-40Ns have smaller tires than the previous version but some of them replaced by bigger early type wheels in the field. It seems that Geronimo has earlier big wheels. What do you think about this? Thanks in advance
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