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Rambo's captured Russian Huey is just about done, he's shot the hell out of the camp and rescued the POW's. I have it temporarily on a pole until I get it mounted in the diorama on a river sandbank, now I have the base to build for the diorama, this is where the real fun begins! You can see my work in progress of this build in the link below.
Rickpadwick1801 posted a topic in Ready for Inspection - AircraftHi Everyone, Here is my 4th completed build for 2015, Revell 1:72 Bell UH-1N, 69-16670, USAF, 90th Missile Wing, F.E. Warren AFB, Wyoming, 2005. This is the start of my completed helicopter builds for 2015 as I have 3 more helicopter kits for this year (Airwolf, Lynx AH-7 and Lynx HMA.8). Here are the photos. Thanks for looking everyone. ATB, Rick
Rickpadwick1801 posted a topic in Work in Progress - AircraftHi Everyone, With 2 out of my 3 part built kits nearly finished now, I am picking kits out of my stash to work on while I am off work. The 1st one that I have selected is the Revell 1:72 Bell AB 212 / UH-1N helicopter. The kit has the following features : - Highly Detailed Surfaces - Detailed Cockpit - Detailed Passenger Cabin, choice of seats - Rotating Rotor - Detailed Main and Tail Rotors - Separate Sliding Doors - Engine Cowling's for the Twin Engine Version - Antennae and Cable Cutters - Missile Pods for the USAF Version Decal Sets for the USAF and Civil Defence Versions: - Bell 212, c/n 30879, D-HBZS, Christoph 12 , Luftrettung - Bundesministerium des Inneren, 2007 - Bell UH-1N, 69-16670, USAF, 90th Missile Wing, F.E. Warren AFB, Wyoming, 2005 The kit contains 132 parts spread over 2 sprues in white plastic plus 1 clear sprue. I will be building this kit as 69-16670, Bell UH-1N USAF. Anyway here are photos of the sprues. Anyway more photos when I have some progress to show. Rick