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About europapete

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  1. Yep, sorry, gloss white base coat. Add any preshading too. Regards, Pete in RI
  2. europapete

    Eindekker questions

    That's a cool memory Melvin, thank you for sharing.
  3. That is a really nice bit of research, well done and thank you
  4. oooohhhhh.........I'm in for this.
  5. Probably the same as the nearby hull colour. Regards, Pete in RI
  6. hhmm....google Tyneside ship building WW1, that may give you an idea of what the general area looked like at the time. Or, google WW1 South Shields. Regards, Pete in RI
  7. Being out in the colonies, the only way I can get Bottom is on YouTube.
  8. Hi Dave, the exgausts were welded steel pipes, so the started out the colour of a new car exhaust pipe but faily quickly weathered to a burnt rusty. Nip over to Memorial Flight website and see their photo's, or go to the WNW's site and look at their colour photo's. Regards, Pete in RI
  9. Especially with Dick Dastardly and Mutley in the cockpits and Clunk standing near!! lol
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    WNW new kit hint

    only what's being said on LSP and WW1modelaircraftforum. Dire indeed, hope its not true and they can survive.
  11. lol, hi Brad, you replied here as i was sending you a pm. sorry, i am an increadably slow typer. no worries, it is an aboslute masterpiece. Regards, Pete in RI
  12. Brad, please, please, PLEASE!! DO NOT!! put those inappropiate brass barrels on the rigging! Regards, Pete in RI
  13. Looking good there Kev, and welcome to this great site. I will repeat what Krow said about making sure ALL joints are free of paint, the fit tolerances are very tight throughout the model. Be carefull with the engine install, it has to be right in order for the cowlings to fit properly. Regards, Pete in RI
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