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WURGER FACTORY : join at your own risk

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Dear Friends,
we would like to invite you to observe and join our spectacular saga of our newly established Wurger factory. So far as the title says,there are two participants involved .
My plan is to build F8 "black 6" from Ceske Budejovice and Tudor's bird is an F8 "yellow 5" from Ansbach

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[4:43:07 PM] martinnfb: OK what else
[4:43:45 PM] martinnfb: you are all invited to join us with your own Wurger, no restriction applied
[4:43:53 PM] martinnfb: no
[4:43:59 PM] Tudor Gheorghiu: no rules
[4:44:01 PM] martinnfb: some restriction applied
[4:44:05 PM] Tudor Gheorghiu: finish it whenever
[4:44:20 PM] Tudor Gheorghiu: restriction: NO captured planes
[4:44:25 PM] martinnfb: OK
[4:44:37 PM] martinnfb: yours was actually captured
[4:44:45 PM] Tudor Gheorghiu: no!
[4:44:52 PM] Tudor Gheorghiu: not when I'm painting it
[4:44:53 PM] martinnfb: mine had the pride to blow it
[4:44:54 PM] Tudor Gheorghiu: in German markings
[4:44:56 PM] Tudor Gheorghiu: lol
[4:45:27 PM] martinnfb: OK i am gonna summarize our findings for th e general public


so there . smile.gif
now you know everything

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This is the starting point, bombs from Rudel's D and Montex masks, plus whatever is in the stash.

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Alright!

 

Here are my first progress pictures!! The kit was already started by Martin, so I'm just doing the easy parts:

- filling and sanding

- painting

- decals

 

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More pics to follow!!

 

Tudor

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here is a little progress, from todays 4 hours effort. I am trying a new method to mimic the distress look.first scribed lines with rotary tool ( proxon), then sanded with a sanding stick, see picture below. The next step is rubbing the whole area with Little cloth soaked in acetone and re scribing. Hope it's gonna work :punk:

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So after 10 hours of slave labor i was able to send down the imperfections caused by the deep reach of the proxon tool :) and re scribe the damage panel lines after the lacquer thinner rub. Then I added up some missing details, re carved the panel lines around cowling's and wing/fuse flaring. Then rivets with wheel. I know, I know punch in rivets looks nicer, but I opted for a little experiment, we shall see. Also I 've spend some time of this weekend om the line with my friend trying to analyze all 5 available pictures, but I'll get there at the time of painting. So far here are the basic parts in ALU coat. :party0023:

 

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Here are some pictures.

 

The lighting doesn't do justice, but the detail is there :)

Next step: joining the fuselage

 

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Tudor

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why did you use dear hide for seat cushion? :speak_cool:

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little additions to the pit, seat belts from masking tape, oxygen hose is coiled up wire and few another plastic bits.

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look what I found, RLM 76 on the top wing?

 

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Thanks Brad,

the little guy was picked up from the overview picture of the scrap yard at the Plana (Cezechoslovakia) and I dare to say I am the first one (...like eva') who noticed.:)So proud of myself.... :closedeyes:

RLM 76 on the top surface of the wing is very apparent, especially on the little picture. Thanks again :party0023:

M.

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there are actually two question I have about marking.

 

- was there yellow V on the left wing?

- was there an aluminum / unpainted part of the lower wing?

 

yes or no answer + evidence :punk:

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Hi Martin,

 

I`d like to join the party with my Fw190. It`s kind of ugly , but Cool.

 

 

 

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I just ordered The PE sets I need for an Fw 190 A5 just need to find the under wing gun doors because my kit is a Fw 190 A6

 

Willi

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