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Wdedig

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About Wdedig

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  • Birthday 10/01/54

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    Pittsburgh,Pa,USA
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    99% Aircraft and a few Historic Ships

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  1. Greetings I truly enjoyed this model build . The project needed a little modeling skills but the kit is quite nice. This is the aircraft of Lt. Heinz Ewald, June 1944 The markings came from the Kit decals and a Kagaro Pamphlet "Aircraft Aces 3" Used Gunze Paints except for the final finish using Testors dull-coat and Semi-Gloss decanted from Rattlecans Used Barracuda Resin for Gun Blisters, Oil cooler cover and underwing gun pods. Aftermarket cloth seat-belts from HGW, I also used the Uschi red dot wing stencils, they were great EZ Line and Invisible thread for Antennas Took a little work to get the props and spinner correct agin with help from Barracuda Prop alignment jig Thanks for Viewing Comments always welcome Bill
  2. Airfix 1/72nd Gladiator

    Thank You all for the Compliments and information. Cheers Bill
  3. Airfix 1/72nd Gladiator

    Thanks for all the positive feedback and thanks for the Beaufighter info. I tend to agree with you regarding the daylight aspect of the Battle. Cheers Bill
  4. Airfix 1/72nd Gladiator

    Thank You All Very Much. Rigging was a challenge ,but a few beers and seemed to steady up. (I wish) Cheers Bill PS..Question to all...Does a Beufighter belong in the Battle of Britain collection??? Your opinions Please ? Thanks
  5. This is the Airfix Kit and it was fun. Two toned scheme ...light and dark greens and browns. Decals from Hannants and they worked great, Xtradecals... Battle of Britain. SBS Resin engine....Very nice and very hard to see. Steel Wire for Bracing, EZLine for antenna. Photo-etched seatbelts,drilled out gun barrels Loved the shiny spinner and don't care if its correct for BoB. Looks cool Last photo shows the cross arms I almost forgot. Thanks For Looking Cheers Bill
  6. Monogram 1/48 F-105

    Thank You Sir for the Compliments Bill
  7. Monogram 1/48 F-105

    Thank You All for the Positive Feedback Bill
  8. Monogram 1/48 F-105

    Thank You Guys Paul, you are way to nice...Cheers Bill
  9. Monogram 1/48 F-105

    Thank You Gentlemen for your comments I have completed the "Thud" with the addition of the F.O.D. Covers Cheers Bill
  10. Greetings This is a classic kit and one of the best representations of this aircraft . I was stationed at MacConnell AFB,Kansas in the 70's and got to watch them fill the sky. This aircraft has Kansas markings from that period and is a F-105F backdated from the kit F-105G. Aftermarket was Resin Seats, Metal Main Gear,MV Lenses for Landing lights, and Master Pitot. Paints were "what we have on hand"..Gunze Dark Green, Testors Acrylic Light green, Vallejo Brown and Humbrol Light Grey, over-coated by Testor Rattle Can Dullcoat (decanted). Had to go outside for the Photos because the model is quite Large . Reason for two different backrounds. Used Uschi Powders on Speed Brakes exhaust petals Really great kit of this Very Large "Fighter" Aircraft. Cheers Thanks for Looking Bill
  11. Willy's Personal Taifun

    Agree..Framing is So Cool. rest of Model is "GOOD" , Alright better than "GOOD" Bill
  12. Greetings What a fun Kit. Well engineered, Good Decals (a tiny bit thick). Simple scheme. The Zactomodel exhausts are friggin Super. Gunze Paints and alclad Metals Exhausts wow Fun Build Thanks for Looking Comments welcome Bill
  13. Thank you all for the information and the positive feedback. Cheers Bill
  14. Thank You all for the positive comments Cheers Bill
  15. Thanks for comments and information Cheers Bill
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