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Thanks for the great comment s,

 

I did not get much done this week . Still waiting on the HGW PE set and seat belts. I started to paint the prop and worked on the landing gear .

 

To Ernie , I used some left over 1/48th HGW wood decals for the floor boards.

 

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Thanks ,

 

Willi

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Guest Peterpools

WIllia

terrific work on the gear and the matte bare metal foil looks spectacular.

You sure have the touch!

keep 'em coming

:popcorn: :popcorn:

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Thanks Peter ,

 

It took a lot of trial and error ,but I think I got the hang of doing the metal work . The build is stalled till I get the PE set and HGW seatbelts from RollModels . I did finish the Germania prop and IMG 08 Spandau machine gun .

 

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Thanks ,Willi

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Well I decided to do Manfred Von Richthofen`s A/C I`m still waiting on Parts to arrive in the mail so All that I have done is paint and decal the tail . I still am not sure which turn buckles I want to use . The R&B productions or the GasPatch Models ? I would like some feed back on which turn buckles look the best .

 

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Thanks ,

 

Willi

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Hi Will,

 

I cannot comment on the Gaspatch turnbuckles, but I have been using those from RB Productions. They are easy to use, look good (IMHO) and are very cost effective. You can see them in action if you take a look at the Roland that I just completed as part of this group build

 

Dave

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Hi Will,

 

I cannot comment on the Gaspatch turnbuckles, but I have been using those from RB Productions. They are easy to use, look good (IMHO) and are very cost effective. You can see them in action if you take a look at the Roland that I just completed as part of this group build

 

Dave

Thanks Dave I`ll check out the turnbuckles and your A/C .

 

Willi

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Willi

Simply amazing work.

Keep 'em coming

:popcorn: :popcorn:

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