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Mig88 last won the day on December 9 2018

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  1. Wonderful job and in only three days!! Fantastic! Thanks for sharing the story. That was a nice gesture. Miguel
  2. Thanks a lot Spejic. Fortunately there is just enough space forward of the cockpit to pack sufficient weight to keep them on their legs. I even managed to squeeze lead balls either side of the nose wheel bay. As you can imagine it was quite a relief when the kit did sit with the weight packed as otherwise the only other place to add more weight would have been in the forward section of the engine nacelles. With the Eduard kits, packing the nose well is enough! Miguel
  3. Very nice. I have one in my stash and hope it comes out as well as yours. Miguel
  4. Thank you all very much! Tim, they were painted with PollyScale RLM02 directly over the olive green plastic. Miguel
  5. Thanks Hobo. They are indeed. These were the first two I built. I then built a couple more and have several to build in my stash! Miguel
  6. Here are a pair of Eduard 1:144 Me 262s which I built back in 2008. Both were the E-Day bagged kits with options to build either a one- or a two-seater variant of the aircraft assembled and flown in Czechoslovakia after WWII. Both were fully painted and varnished with brush. Since no etched parts were included, all aerials and probes were made from stretched sprue as were the radio wires. The only modifications I made was make a little hole in the tips of the engine intake cones and cover the gun ports on the fuselage topside as no guns were carried (the shell ejection chutes remained though). Firstly, Avia S-92 (S-92.2) "V-33", VLU (Military Aeronautical Institute), Czechoslovakian Air Force, late 1947. Secondly, Avia CS-92 (CS-92.3) "V-31", VLU (Military Aeronautical Institute), Czechoslovakian Air Force, late 1947. Thanks for looking Miguel
  7. Well done! A great job on that scheme! Miguel
  8. Lovely job indeed. Very nicely finished. Thanks for the info. Miguel
  9. Absolutely lovely. Superbly finished! Miguel
  10. Here are a pair of North African Mark I Models 1:144 Messerschmitt Bf 109Gs which I built back in 2016. These were re-boxed Eduard kits with new decals and resin cockpits added. Both were fully painted and varnished with brush. Firstly, Messerschmitt Bf 109G-2/Trop Yellow 5, flown by Anton Hatner, 4/JG51, Luftwaffe, Tunisia, November 1942. Secondly, Messerschmitt Bf 109G-4/Trop Black 1, flown by Oberleutnant Franz Schiess, 8/JG53, Luftwaffe, Tunisia, March 1943. Thank you for looking and all comments are welcome as always Miguel
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