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Ozzyman69 last won the day on January 28

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About Ozzyman69

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  1. Hello friends. A little bit progress for today. I had made an adjustment of gap between the wing surfaces and engines air inlets outer edges till flush. There is a typical method for the "A" and "B" modification. So far so good. I`ve made an air inlet channels (drilled) as well. I hope that everything is OK.
  2. Thank you for a very interesting comment. Allow me also to extend my sincere appreciation for the photo and life story as well.
  3. I have no choice. I`m going to have to do it correctly.
  4. I bougth these on Ebay...it was about 15-18GBP each Expensive or not I don`t know, I will never find same model kits from other manufacturer.
  5. Hello everybody! So, I came home within two week after my Telford SMW 2017, Cosford RAF museum and Birmingham gorgeous trip. There are so many people on the show!!! And all that together creates positive impression - one feel good inspiration. I think a modellers inspiration is in that direction. I continue my WIP on this weekend. Well, I`ve done some corrective action with all joint wing - to - body lines The engines cowlings inlet lips are installed also. The progress was slow, I know. Cheers. Andrii
  6. The next task Wing installation: "Right hands up here under here" " Now left hands UP" Done. Vertical fin and rudder assy installation We probably need to get the extra epoxy glue off. It`s got to be cut out from the join lines. ...and from here like this I`ve done
  7. It`s nothing much today. I`ve just restored a bit of panels and lines after damaged by sanding.
  8. Thanks. I`m going to try do it great. It takes too long time for me but I am not in a hurry. Andrii
  9. ...a litle bit progress in the work:
  10. I`ve done some of routine work for today. Canopies had installed already for all three aircraft fuselages (I used the "Faller" super - expert glue for that). Please ignore the remnants of glue on joint lines. I will soon be correcting. The glue surface must be excessive application for acetate clear parts (with thin wall structure) security of installation. The engine (for "B" version) inlet fairing assy after adjustment of gap between body and mounting flange is OK . I`ve done smoother (around canopy frame) for fillet making. Hope that`s all right. Best regards Andrii
  11. Thank you friends for visiting this page and for a positive comments. So. I have continue to work again. To prevent entering from dust (I expect to do some corrective action of joint lines with dry sanding) to the cockpit area, it is necessary to prepare and then close by transparent parts as well. And the original glare-shields are replaced by other material (black tape will be better). To be continue. Best regards Andrii
  12. So far so good, Thanks a bunch for your support.
  13. A good team is the key to success Best regards. Andrii
  14. Oh, all right, thanks for the comment, Chris! I expect a positive result as well. Cheers
  15. Hello, @Lowbrow! That`s a good question. I applied a two-components epoxy glue for that. Andrii