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IAF AH-1 Tzefa F

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I haven't done anything in a few days, Maru.   I've had chores and errands to attend to for a few days so all modeling has had to take a back seat, but  I'll post later today what little I accomplished last week.

 

Thank you for asking.

Sincerely,

Mark

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Minor tidbits.  Nothing special.

 

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Exposed fasteners to fasten wing to fuselage.  Punched disc.

 

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Under wing tie-downs.

 

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Universal whatchamacallit.  I thought I would make one original, make two castings, and doll up each one for its' respective side.  Tape is location for wing insert.  Lost a few fasteners.  Dorsal 'fin' is an older style formation light.  It is phosphorescent.  Rear is modern formation light.

 

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Other side.  Punched some holes in the corners of the closed opening so I would know from where to remove the resin for the wing insert.

 

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Worked a little on the gunners' seat and pilots' instrument panel cowl.  Added a two part epoxy seat cushion and armor to the gunners seat.  Head armor needs replacing.

 

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Pilots' instrument panel cowl.

 

Thank you for stopping by!

Sincerely,

Mark

 

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Thank you one and all.

 

Still working out how to take acceptable pictures with my iPhone.  Also still plugging away between Honey-Do Projects.

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Pilot's Instrument Panel.  Two left side small dials and the Horizon are from a cast Bf109 IP.  The rest are from the extra parts found in the Academy SUFA kit.

 

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Other side.  Don't look too hard or you'll notice it's all pretend.

 

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In situ.

 

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Other side.

 

Thank you for stopping by and commenting.

Sincerely,

Mark

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Hi Mark,

Sorry for being late to the party, love your wizardry detail work, this will look fantastic under some paint  :thumbsup:  :thumbsup:

 

:popcorn:  :popcorn:  :popcorn:

 

Regards

Richard

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