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europapete

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  1. hiya, google flowerclass corvette forums, a couple of good ones should come up. Also check out Great Little Ships, lots of detail sets, very good quality. Search on Amazon, there are quite a few good books on the subject. ( I quite often grab the ISBN number off the listing and use that to order the book from my local library. 0 $$ ) Regards, Pete in RI
  2. Nice resourse! thank you for sharing. Regards, Pete in RI
  3. next up.......an Albatros in First Order markings love it ! well done. Regards Pete in RI
  4. If you can find one on ebay or model shows, Aeroclub used to do an engine and prop set.
  5. the fishing line should go from the deck to the water. you won't catch anything on a mast. I'll get my coat.
  6. Well done John, a really nice build. For those of you still to do this kit or are waiting for the WNW's, don't forget Aviattic do an accurate cowling and rudder, an accurate seat, a complete photo etch set, and extensive decals including Voss, MvR, and streaky camo. I believe Pheon are coming out with Jasta decals, and Gaspatch has very nice machine guns. Taurus Models do the magnito switch and engine, while Flugzeugwerks on Shapeways does a very nice compass. Hope this helps, regards Pete in RI
  7. the Bombay interior was aircraft grey-green. Regards, Pete in RI.
  8. absolutely! please send them in. Regards Pete in RI
  9. get well soon Pete, and i will go and check that tunnel switch for you. Regards Pete in RI
  10. Chewbacca, GLS sell the sets individually, so you can accumulate them all over time without having to shell out a big lump of cash up front. Makes it easier on the budget Regards, Pete in RI
  11. Well done Moa, best vac build out there. love the opening description and photo's, your camera work is as good as your modelling. Regards, Pete in RI
  12. With regards to the engine, they all had the same type. Only Voss's F1 had a captured LeRhone installed, as they were more powerful and reliable than the stock Oberusel.
  13. Hi Keith, the early kit is of the F1, which could be considered production prototypes, and 3 were built. The late kit is the standard production Dr1. The main differences are the tailplane, which has a curved leading edge on the F1, straight on the Dr1. No wingtip skids on the F1, a narrow lip under the cowl and smaller ailerons on the F1. There are a bunch of other small detail differences such as access hatches etc too, but these are the main ones. Regards, Pete in RI
  14. These were taken at the Royal Air Force Museum. Hope they help, regards, Pete in RI
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