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  1. Incoming! Ever seen a flying cow? Beware! This one has 4 engines and a punch! A white skin an blue dots too! OK, lets see what we have: Meng Kids kit of the B-17. The part threes and a lot of blue dots provided by HungAero decals. This will become the famous "Spotted cow" assembly ship of the Migthy Eight! A little bit of conversion work needed: The cow is a F, the kit a G. Easy fix: Just not installing a number of gun positions. And I have to close the bomb bay doors, because it doesn't suit an assembly ship to go with pants down Enjoy! - dutik
  2. Hi! Build a kit by accident. Ordered some stuff from my modelling shop and put one of Meng Kids "cute" kits into the basket. When I opened the box the kit looked soooooo cute I couldN't resist and started building immediatly... Whats in the box? The boxart: Instructions and a cartoon "tech manual": This is the "special edition". The common kits have pre-painted sprues. These are the uncolored/white version: The kit is snap-tite. To avoid painting of some smaller parts there are some stickers for the tailplanes, not to forget a set of proper markings. But I opted for the unpainted "special" version and painted my bird by my own. Also couldn't resist to carve out some of the stiffening plates inside to build some kind of interior. The clear parts cause some distorsion but the outlines of the "interior" should be visible. Still doing some touch-ups and polishing before adding gloss cote and decals. I'll go with some leftover 1/72 decals instead of the supplied stickers. Here we are: Pure fun... Enjoy! - dutik
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