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Klaus H

He 162 Revell 1/32 finished

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Thank you guys for your nice replies. Thank you rato for the rivet plan. i have just printed it so i can start to work on the modell tomorrow.

so you wanted some proove that it really is a modell... lol....

 

here we go:

 

it took me quite a while to find an about 6 meter tall redbull can...

 

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and here is a godzilla Klausi with this favourit drink....

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Here is a pic from my friend Gemo taking pictures of the plane. the base is about 100x70cm and nothing spectacular. just conrete and grass.

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here are two pictures in a better resolution for those who want to take a closer look at the engine. i tried to uploade it with about 3000pixels but it seems that my arcor album just allowes this sice as a maximum sice for pictures.

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cheers Klaus

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Klaus,

 

Thank you for sharing this project with us from Beginning to End!

 

Ausgezeichnet!!!

 

I can't wait to follow your build of the Corsair.

 

Art

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WOW!!! :lol: ;)

 

Are you a jeweler by trade? All the super fine details!! OMG. Makes you feel like you can just climb right in and start 'er up! There is just so much good stuff you've shared on this build that one can't just pick one above the other, although that engine detail goes above and beyond the call of duty!

 

Mark H.

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While we're on the subject of the He 162 can anyone comment on the CMK and the Aeris sets that are available? Is one better then the other or can you mix and match?

 

Mark H.

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I'm deffinitely in love with your Heinkel :)

<Frank Zappa>

...

I don't need no consolation

I don't want your reservation

I only got one destination

An' that's your Heinkel love

 

Give me

Your Heinkel love

...

</Frank Zappa>

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Holy ^%%$# Klaus, your model is unbelievable!!! :)

The build, the painting and weathering, everything is top notch.

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Hey Klaus, your absence around these parts has been missed, I can tell you!

 

This is.....no sh!t..... one of the best models I have ever seen. It's as close to the real thing as a 1/32 model is ever likely to get, I reckon!

 

That engine is Cauchi-esque in it's accuracy and detail, and I really love the bare metal effect you've come up with on the fuselage as well. I can't quite remember, did you use a vac canopy?

 

Anyway, thanks for sharing mate, can't wait to see your corsair!

 

Cheers

Ango

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<Frank Zappa>

...

I don't need no consolation

I don't want your reservation

I only got one destination

An' that's your Heinkel love

 

Give me

Your Heinkel love

...

</Frank Zappa>

 

I dated his daughter once, but I love Klaus's engine much more!

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here are two pictures in a better resolution for those who want to take a closer look at the engine. i tried to uploade it with about 3000pixels but it seems that my arcor album just allowes this sice as a maximum sice for pictures.

1152_3337396261663936.jpg

 

1152_3832633734313137.jpg

 

cheers Klaus

 

Klaus,

 

I have this kit on the shelf as I mentiioned in one of my previous posts. I also have the Aires CP and the CMK engine. There is no way that I can possibly build the engine the way that you have, unless you send me instructions

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AHHHHHH Super Burchi!!

I still saw this model in the building time and was happy about the pic´s.

Now its finished and I´m happy to see such good pictures with diorama!!

....WOW....

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