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  1. Hi all, here is my new 1/72 MPM Douglas A-20G Havoc "la france libre": Construction: MPM has created a superb kit in 1/72 for the Douglas Havoc / Boston variants. In 2008 i brought the D-Day Havocs kit variants with the solid gun nose. At first, I wanted to build OOB, but after a while, some details were added scratch: Cockpit: Life raft and details Nose: Brass MG barrels (accessory), fuselage reinforcement, MG ejectors Fuselage: Rudimentary fuselage installation, rear exit Turret: Entire tower structure, brass MG barrels (accessory) Engines: C
  2. Hi all, here is my new 1/72 Eduard Fw 190 A-8 (late) "black 10": The kit: The eduard kit is probably the best 1/72 Fw 190 on the market. The kit parts and also the brassin aftermarket parts fit together very well. The surface details are fantastic. Original aircraft: The Fw 190 was a very durable construction. Equipped with a BMW 801 D star engine, the aircraft could be used for a variety of operational configurations. The A-8, which was built from mid-1944 onwards, was equipped with four 20 mm MG 151s and two 13 mm MG 1
  3. Hi all, here is my new 1/72 Eduard Fw 190 A-8: The kit: The eduard kit is probably the best 1/72 Fw 190 on the market. The kit parts and also the brassin aftermarket parts fit together very well. The surface details are fantastic. Original aircraft: The Fw 190 is a very durable construction. Equipped with a BMW 801 D star engine, the aircraft could be used for a variety of operational configurations. The A-8, which was built from mid-1944 onwards, was equipped with four 20 mm MG 151s and two 13 mm MG 131s.The aircraft had also an ETC-501 multipropose
  4. Hi there, this ist my new Airfix 1/72 Dornier Do 17 Z-2: Kit and this model: The Do 17 Z has been neglected by manufacturers for many years in 1/72 scale. 2015 Airfix has finally released a modern current kit. Airfix aims at an affordable price and a relatively simple assembly in the kit concept. Nevertheless, the kit contains many detail parts and convinces through an intelligent kit division. F1 + AT - my model - flew in August 1940, in the high phase of the air battle, attacks against England. On August 18, 1940, the aircraft was
  5. @ MPB: RLM 05 - Mixture with Gunze Colours: 5 ml H 318 radom 5 ml H 1 white 1-2 drops H 42 bluegrey 5-6 drops H 329 yellow 5-6 drops H 346 sand Regards Kai
  6. Thank you all very much for your nice words. Its a little bit tricky to join the Cockpit an the fuselage, because there are no fixing points e.g. So my idea was, to connect the cockpit parts on the back site after painting with Tamiya tape and let that unfold like a hinge. Thus, the entire unit can be inserted from the front into the fuselage and this flexibly. Then the entire unit is simply glued to the correct position. Best regards Kai
  7. Hello Fuad, marvelous work! The construction, the paintjob, the weathering, the photographing - everthing is perfect! Wonderful. Regards Kai
  8. Hi there, this is my brandnew 1/72nd scale Dornier Do 217 K-1 + DFS 228 Mistel. Kits: Do 217 K-1: The Do 217 family of Italeri goes back to the mid-70s and is almost 40 years old. Almost no cockpit- and undercarriagedetails, narrow-chested engines, a too narrow rear fuselage and raised and false engravings featuring this model. Positiv to mention are the thick but still perfectly transparent clear parts. 2011 Italeri revised the carriage and cockpit parts with a so called "historic upgrade". DFS 228: Huma is an unfortunately no longer existing German manufacture
  9. Thanks to everybody for the nice comments. @Noah Greggs: On the wings are auxiliary starter rockets mounted. WIP: Greetings Kai
  10. Hi there, here I want to show another one of my models. It is Special Hobby's "Supermarine Seafire FR 47" in 1/72 scale. I built it in 2014. Kit: The Special Hobby kit is a wonderful short-run kit. A single-engine fighter aircraft in 1/72 with more than 100 parts, that's smashing! Original Aircraft: The Seafire 47 was the last produced version of the long line of Spitfire / Seafire versions of the legendary designer RJ Mitchell. The aircraft itself was put into service after the Second World War 1946-47 and saw except for the UN missions
  11. @ all: Thank you very much for your words. @ popeye: The answer to your question is very simple: The entrance into the cockpit is the former lower rear weapon station (C-Stand). There, the entrance ladder is attached. Cheers Kai
  12. Hi Fuad, thats a very nice model. And the photos are very beautyful too! Thank you for showing. Kai
  13. Horrido, a real beauty. Very nice! Kai
  14. Would you please start the engine and fly a round. Original and model can not be distinguished. Outstanding work! Kai
  15. Wonderful, to see this old kit bulit so exellent!
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