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Junkers Ju 88A-1 U4+TK

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Never thought this would happen:

 

my Ju 88 is finished! :party0023:

 

At the risk of repeating myself I have to emphasise that this kit would never ever look like it does now without the generous help of

 

Guttorm Fjeldstad!

 

His thread on the real Ju 88 he restores up north in Norway and his most helpful comments and suggestions have been a tremendous help! Guttorm, thank you very very much!!!

 

Now, what about the few additions to this kit? Besides Revell doing a fantastic job I made use of some goodies my friend Andreas88 created:

 

- correctly sized resin wheels

- correct vertical stabiliser and rudder

- early version fuel dump vent

 

From Eduard I bought the following additions:

 

- 32224 Ju 88A exterior

- 32633 Ju 88 interior

- JX 084 Ju 88 mask set

 

From Montex:

 

- MM32092 Maxi Mask Set

 

From Radu Brinzan, most welcome:

 

- RB-P32006 (B)1/32 Luftwaffe Seatbelts - standard (Beige)

 

From Peddinghaus Decals:

 

- EP 2070 Ju 88 Standartbogen

 

From Jerry Rutman:

 

- the Fernkompass up front in the nose

 

and last but not least Piotr Czerkasov´s (Master Model) simply stunning MG 15 turned barrels and etched sights. True works of art! Get them!!

 

In case I forgot something I´ll add it later. Hey, I am getting older! :rolleyes:

 

Now , let´s start with the pictures. I had to retouch the swastika (no, please no new discussion on this again, please!) due to German law. Please understand. Thank you!

 

Is there a limitation on how much pictures are allowed?

 

Ju88A-1_01.jpg

 

Ju88A-1_02.jpg

 

Ju88A-1_03.jpg

 

Ju88A-1_04.jpg

 

With more pictures to follow, if it is allowed.

 

Thank you all for your help on this build!

 

Thomas

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I have no comments ... (thanks god there are emoticons)

 

:m0152: :bow: :clap2:

Edited by Tomek

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....about that Swastika, Thomas... ;)

 

No, seriously, that is AMAZING!

 

Some serious modelling work there. See, those 10 years it took to build were worth it! :party0023:

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the Swastika?? Didn't even notice anything about that cuz i was too busy lookin' at everything else!! :bow: Turned out amazing Thomas.. looks like you didn't miss a thing! The weathering on the exhausts and wheels looks perfect.. man.. everything looks perfect.:punk: I have to agree with James.. the time it took was well worth it!

 

Cheers!

Jerry

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WOW!!!

Simply stunning. Really neat and tight work.

You took your time, but it sure pays off!!

Sooooo...... what's next??

 

Cheers and compliments,

 

Jeroen

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