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  1. Hi Guys For my anual de-lurking on lsp! i present you my wingless flying build ! I will be building the newish Trumpeter 1/35 HH-65C in the Us Coast Gard Red liveries. The HH65- is a helicopter i really love and was around allot when i grew up. I live on a sail boat in the Caribbean and these guys where around allot and often made port in Trinidad where ive visited their ship and drooled over their chopper! I will be building this one strait OOB using mostly Humbrol enamel. There are a lot of contradictions on the actual color of these helos, from searching the web most say MM Chevy engine Red is the correct color but im not sure they make it in enamels im going to have to run to the hobby shop to check it out. The instruction call out Humbrol 19 but having just painted my 1967 mustang with that specific color i dont think its accurate. So ive slowly started cleaning up parts and done some minor assembly and a panel line wash on the floors. Ive also been doing tons of small assemblies, and shot a coat of gloss black over all the engine parts in preparation for some alcad. the engines are painted Aluminium, and jet exhaust, im really not happy how the jet exhaust came out, its really dark. so im going to go over it with some burnt iron and go from there While building ive hit 2 little snags, the firs has shonw below is that if you install the round parts in the location pins then put the cover on they do not align. i had to cut then off and realing them. nothing serious the other one was the main cabin door, it required lots of shaving to manage to fit in the hole, agin really not an issue as im sure most ppl will build it open to see the interior well that all for now. im pretty much at a paint stage and this can take a while since i dont get much long periods at the bench making painting more dificult Cheers
  2. Built this for IPMS review. http://web.ipmsusa3.org/content/us-coast-guard-hh-65c-dolphin-helicopter Rotor droop too excessive Mod so rotor can rotate, kit had very shallow guide, poor design
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