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Mals Way...Bf109E1 and Bf109E4....

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I have bad Sciatica as well Mal...it's been rather chronic pain for me lately. How did I end up in this condition? I got out of my sports car in very tight spot -- twist/turn/bend trying to avoid dinging someone else's very expensive car parked next to me...take care.

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your well covers look great.  In the decision to use tape, milliput or plastic, I used all three.

109-33.jpg

 

 

The canvas itself is milliput, the zipper cover is tape and the stitching is sprue superglued onto tape.

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Bruce....

 

That wheel well looks fantastic....indeed.

 

What kit?

 

CyberHobby...yah, probably not appropriate in an Eduard build discussion.

But I'm cheering you on regardless of where you start from.

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CyberHobby...yah, probably not appropriate in an Eduard build discussion.

But I'm cheering you on regardless of where you start from.

The Cyber Hobby kit is the most accurate Bf109E kits out on the market...i know that....

 

So that is the reason for me to correct stuff on this one....

 

Maybe not all...but the ones i think ads to the whole..and obvious ones...as i said Mals Way here...

 

The eduard 109s are nice kits...but work involved.

 

And also for those who follow this and want to know more about em different BF109E kits out on the market..

Here is a link...

 

It is in two parts...

http://www.largescaleplanes.com/articles/article.php?aid=747

 

 

And yes about discussions regarding Eduard wont happen in this build log....as the link ive pasted takes care of that...

 

And also the links pasted from other LSP members about errors and what needs to be corrected...if want to do em all...

 

 

/Mal.

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The Cyber Hobby kit is the most accurate Bf109E kits out on the market...i know that....

 

So that is the reason for me to correct stuff on this one....

 

Maybe not all...but the ones i think ads to the whole..and obvious ones...as i said Mals Way here...

 

The eduard 109s are nice kits...but work involved.

 

And also for those who follow this and want to know more about em different BF109E kits out on the market..

Here is a link...

 

It is in two parts...

http://www.largescaleplanes.com/articles/article.php?aid=747

 

 

And yes about discussions regarding Eduard wont happen in this build log....as the link ive pasted takes care of that...

 

And also the links pasted from other LSP members about errors and what needs to be corrected...if want to do em all...

 

 

/Mal.

 

Thanks Mal--very informative!

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Guest Peterpools

Mal

Terrific work on the wheel wells and another 'Mal's Way" did the trick

Keep 'em coming

Peter

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