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SA330 Puma Rijkswacht (federale police)

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Mark,

 

I see the PUMA  flying over here so this is one  I will like to see.   When I used to go to Immingham ports they have the PUMA Flying checking the ships that have docked in the harbor .  

:wub:

your work on the instrument panel  is quality work. 

 

Nice CLEAN work on the tail section  too.

 

:yahoo:  :thumbsup: 

 

Keep up the excellent  work. 

 

 

I'm a regular visitor to Immingham port. To be sad, I just left it 3hrs ago. The only thing flying out there at the moment is the klm flight into Humberside and the occasional off-shore flights.

Never seen anything else checking the vessels alongside exept bugs in summer and birds all year round.

 

It's going to be a nice Puma! a great start.

Maybe its just vision but it looks like the box-art has much bigger sponsooms than the Rijkswacht chopper at your pics and the daco sheet?

 

I've got a KH dauphin waiting to be build as the pilot helicopter of Le Havre.

 

Happy modeling Bas

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Bas,

 

I used to go there around 6 am 7am and not sure who owned the PUMA but they used to circle over the new shipments of Mercedes that were being off loaded on the IMMINGHAM  SHIPPING DOCKS.

 

 

 

this was only about 18 months back.

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Guest Peterpools

Mark

Super work on the tail and the rivets sure look good

Keep 'em comig

Peter

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Interesting subject and fantastic progress - I admire your guts and patience

with the rivets. Once finished it will look stunning!!!

 

Lothar

Thanks Lothar

This one will be a test with the rivets for a futher project

 

And yes when the paint go one it wil be onother sight for the rivets but that have to wait for a long time i think

 

Mark

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EXEMPLARY Work on the instrument panel and of course the Riveting is a riot to see (Riot=Excellent in slang vernacular English ).

 

Wow :goodjob: Very NEAT workmanship Mark.

 

looking ahead to see more super work from you.

 

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