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Nick,

EXCELLENT workmanship... loved the Engine, your stellar work on the Instrument panel  and the camouflage  is STUNNING.

:wow:  :clap2:

 

The finished model looks TOP NOTCH.

 

:goodjob:

 

KUDOS on a very beautiful  looking model.

 

:bow:   :bow:

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3 hours ago, MARU5137 said:

Nick,

EXCELLENT workmanship... loved the Engine, your stellar work on the Instrument panel  and the camouflage  is STUNNING.

:wow:  :clap2:

 

The finished model looks TOP NOTCH.

 

:goodjob:

 

KUDOS on a very beautiful  looking model.

 

:bow:   :bow:

 

I can't say otherwise , i am a fan of this 190 !!!!!!!! 

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Thanks for all the compliments Azgaron, Alain , Maru ,Alain and Gazzas. 

 

I will be home tomorrow and post some more pictures taken with a camera and not the phone.  Alain I will see if I can photograph the Tempest as well.

 

The Green on the above photo is too green. My photo friend says that the fluorescent light gives of a lot of green light. We will see with natural light.

 

Cheers

 

Nick

 

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Here she is. My first completed build for 2020. The Revel kit almost out of the box.

 

The A-8 converted to an A-7 by filling the 3 panels on the fuselage sides and the MW50 access hath on the bottom fuselage . I did not move the engine access panel latches as I did not have clear info on this. The pitot tube was moved inboard as well.

 

Addition limited to brass tubes for the cannon barrels and pitot tube and a few cockpit additions and in the wheel bay.  Propeller weights were printed and added.

 

The markings are those of the A-7 flown by Oberleutnant Otto Kittel at Riga-Skulte in June 1944.

 

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Enjoy

 

Nick

 

 

 

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Hi Nick 

this is definitely a nice unusual and attractive paint scheme !! very well done , I like !!!!!!!!.. if you allow , the weathering should be a wee bit " heavier" ( my opinion :rolleyes:)... but it's a matter of taste  ..isn't it ?

Alain 

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