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  1. Here is my 1/32 Revell (ex Dragon) Bf 110G-2 with AIMS conversion set from 5./ZG I in winter of 1943/44 based at Wels-Austria I have used Red Fox 3D interior decals, Quickboost exhausts and Henri Dahne propeller blades. You can see the build story by using the following WIP link
  2. Here is my new project Bf 110G 2. I will use Revell (ex Dragon)'s kit with the AIMS conversion set Here we go;
  3. Hello everyone, Even though my desk is very crowded, I started a new project. In order not to see the terrible earthquake images on TV, I have to keep myself busy with new enthusiasms. Project is 1/32 Bf-110C-6 3U XS from 8./JG 26 in Western desert late 1941. I will use 1/32 Revell Bf 110C-2/7 kit with AIMS C-6 conversion set. Quinta Studio interior set is also waiting to be used. By the way I cut out Revell's oversized box and made it smaller. All the contents fit comfortably in the reduced box. The point that worries me the most about this project is applying RLM80 squiggles. Hope that I can do this without ruining it.
  4. 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
  5. Hello everyone, As many of you know, AIMS closed due to serious health problems of John McIllmurray's hands. I have previously mentioned that I will share the projects I have completed using AIMS products . Here is one of them. This is 1/32 Dragon Bf 110F-2 with the markings of St.G 77 (S2-DA with Totenhand emblem) Kolinowka Poland in 1943. I have used AIMS Bf 110F conversion set. Cockpit modified with Eduard instrument panel and seat belts. (Note the armor plate behind the pilot seat) Exhaust are from Quickboost Paints: Gunze Sangyo acrylics Decals are from AIMS Happy modelling
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