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Dragon/ AIMS 1/32 Messerschmitt BF110 G-4 2Z+GB Stab 1./NJG6..........Finished!!

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So after much anticipation my copy of the new AIMS G-4 conversion has arrived and being one of my favourite all time aircraft I decided to make a start immediately! I am using the D-1 boxing from Dragon as the donar kit mainly as this was the easiest and cheapest to get hold of. 




I will also be using HGW belts and the Eduard exterior etch set which is mainly for the wheel wells. So on to the AIMS set and what a fantastic set John has put together here, so what do we get in the box:




Two bags of resin which are brimmed with beautifully cast parts with some excellent detail indeed.




A large etched fret as well as a small supplimentary fret for the cockpit armour. Master turned brass dipoles.



Vac formed rear canopy ( x 2 pieces)




and two decal sheets which are nicely in register.


Instructions are supplied in the form of a CD which also includes lots of useful reference material. Very happy with the instructions supplied with this conversion which include very clear precise drawings backed up with photographs and build sequence notes.




Time to go and have a read of these now and choose my subject in readyness to cut some plastic/ resin tomorrow.


Regards. Andy

Edited by monthebiff

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ok im in beer check,chips check

Now where is the first update  :evil_laugh: 


looking forward to it i have the same kit and conversion

will be handy to see one online before i start



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Looks awesome Andy! I have one of these coming at some point so I'll be watching your build.




It's a great set Carl and think you will enjoy it and quite a simple conversion as well.


Regards. Andy

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This should be a great build to watch!  Thank you for sharing it with us!  


Thanks for looking in John, hopefully I can do it some justice.


Regards. Andy

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