Out2gtcha Posted July 12, 2014 Author Share Posted July 12, 2014 Once the fuselage was dry fit around the now completed pit, things still fit quite well with just hand pressure only: Then only issue (not really an issue actually) came when I dry fit the turtle deck with the rear pit wooden bulkhead installed, The issue was the turtle-deck fit perfect, but covers a lot of the stuff I just worked so hard to represent. NBD really, as in this case, the internal/cockpit and framing detail work I did was so fun I didnt mind really all that much: All around the fit just from dry fitting alone, seems some of the best Ive seen on any kit so far. Things just are kind of falling into place. It really does make for an enjoyable fun build. JUST what I have been needing. For me, its the combination of WWI planes in general not needing any PE or AM for the pit really, their generally smaller size and more simplistic make-up, along with the precise molding, ease of construction, and SUPER high quality of parts, engineering and decals that make these kits so enjoyable. More to follow, as I have tonight and tomorrow, and possibly Monday night, then I start some intensive after hrs work for a data center migration my company is working on. Cheers guys and thanks for peeking in on me. Mal_Belford, Iain, Uncarina and 1 other 4 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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