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Thank you Ted. Will try the scrape and touch up method.

I don't know if you heard about that great offer for a nice eclipse AB. Sounds great, even if some people say its "terrible" - sorry ;-)

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Thank you Ted. Will try the scrape and touch up method. I don't know if you heard about that great offer for a nice eclipse AB. Sounds great, even if some people say its "terrible" - sorry ;-)


Oh no Fabian, you have slung another arrow in my pocket book and brain. I am SOOOO tempted. LOL.good to laugh! thanks!

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Ted, your advice worked well. She is standing on here own legs now :-). Will post some pictures later...
Slowly approaching the finish line of this build, so I went to my local hobbyshop to get some ideas for my next build - this is what I came home with :-)


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Fabian, I am sorry I had not picked up on your build before. Really stunning, neat work for your second model...well even good for your 20th model really!!!

Fantastic entry to the GB...well done.


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Thank you mate, much appreciated. Here are some pics with the wheels on.
And I know now why Tom got the part for Mav - you have to cut your feet of to fit in the front seat :-)










Almost finished and ready to start #3

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Looking good Fabian ! I'm sure the pilots will understand why you had to amputate their feet, and if they argue threaten to amputate their arms lol !
Really close t the finish on this now mate, well done on a fantastic build

I'm loving the jet powered Shinden too (looks almost scifi )

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This build looks truly amazing.
I must add planes in general posted here are very cool.
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Ted, your advice worked well. She is standing on here own legs now :-). Will post some pictures later... Slowly approaching the finish line of this build, so I went to my local hobbyshop to get some ideas for my next build - this is what I came home with :-)


that will be very interesting and an eye catcher! nice acquisition!

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Everything is looking really really great, even better than that for a 1/72! POOR PILOTS---WE DO ALL THAT WORK AND THEY HAVE TO HAVE A MAJOR SURGERY TO GET IN THE SEAT! on well, a necessary sacrifice!
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Thank you guys! No arguing with the pilot, I'm in charge - the guy with the sharp knife, ha ha haaaa!!!!

The Shinden looks like "back to the future". Amazing how creative those designers where at the end of WW2. Maybe an interresting GB: WW2 jets. Oh wait, no more intakes I guess;-)

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Looking fabulous Fabian a very nice build love the paint and weathering you have achieved .Maybe the pilots are extras from the movie "Footloose"
Good luck for the finish
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Thank you Gary, you make me feel like dancing :-)
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Rebuild all the lost antennas - guess they're still circle round the planet - and glued on the last pieces. I have to say I'm really happy with the result :-). Really enjoyed building this in a group. Your comments pushed me to do just that little more effort. Thank you for that!

Started to build a little base. I have to paint it, put some lines on and I'm ready for a fotosession - yeah!




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Spot on Fabian!!![thumb][thumb][thumb]
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oh that is NICE! NEVER would have known it was 1/72--wow. And the ordinance/stores is fine. really fine all round.
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