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Chris G 29

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About Chris G 29

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  1. That's looking pretty good. Nice work
  2. Lovely build. I vaguely remember seeing one in Marineflieger markings at Hurn in the early Eighties.
  3. Loved the build thread and the results were fantastic. Some great models on display there.
  4. Looking great. We often forget about the personal history behind those who took part, thanks for sharing part of his story.
  5. Really nice work. As you say the canopy is very clear, shows of the detail you've put into the cockpit. What colour did you use for the instrument panel ? Chris
  6. Beautiful build. Very impressive work and very generous to share information, clearly explained, that will help others. Regards Chris g
  7. Great work, I've really enjoyed following your build and learnt quite a bit along the way. Chris
  8. Not really!! To be honest, it would have beaten me by now. I'm waiting to see what you'll come up with, I just know it will be good. Keep up the great work. Chris G
  9. OK, I think this rivet thing is now becoming an obsession, suggest you take one dose of something out of a brown bottle per day until the symptoms subside. Chris G
  10. Love the paint job. Looks so crisp. Really nice work. Chris g
  11. Ian, Love the crew. Really show the size of the beast and give a sense of movement. Chris G
  12. "No. Where I am at with it is I think I will individually drill the rivets!" The thing is, with the lenghts you've gone to so far, I can see that happening !!! Keep up the good work Chris G Isn't that like getting married ?
  13. Hope you don't mind a stupid question, but does the ram / piston lift the metal fairing above the glazed panels between pilot and turret ? If so why ? OK two questions !!! I've just found an answer to my own questions : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dIIqY81T67E#t=473 Hope the link works, doesn't show the ram unfortunately. Sorry for the interruption to the thread. Loving the build. Chris G
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