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  1. Hi all, today I present you the finished build of my Cyber-Hobby Bf109 E-3. This is my second build of a LSP. Had a lot of fun building it almost entirely OOB with the addition of some scratch build items, Model master barrels, Aires radio and Eaglecals decals. Painting is mostly done with Vallejo Model Air. Weathering was primarily done with pastels. The original build thread can be found here: http://forum.largescaleplanes.com/index.php?showtopic=50218 Hope you guys like it.
  2. Yup, after defeating Costa Rica in the WC Soccer quarter final I have finished this build! No pics yet, but tomorrow I will make some beauty shots for you all. It's 2 AM here now so i need to get some sleep first. Cheers! With my Sparrow build nearly completed (you can find it here if interested: http://forum.largescaleplanes.com/index.php?showtopic=47233&hl=) I started a new build. This time the Cyber-hobby BF109E-3. It's a beautiful kit to build, with no major flaws. Since the kit is practically engineered to show of the engine, that's exactly what I decided to do. The build will be pretty much OOB, with the exception of: Master-model MG-17 barrels. Aires Radio Equipement. I won't use the on of the paint schemes provided with the kit, but instead build a 1940 early-war E3: (For reference only) Allthough the engine is of great detail, it still devoid of any wiring except the ignition cables. Here's my progress so far on the engine and cockpit. Enjoy! And I also installed the radio equipement and started to paint it. Closing the fuselage, much of this won't be visible, but it's nice to know it's there .
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