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Hello dio builders, ****Please Scroll Down Page To See Images ***** Cheers Nick Edit - well, this is weird - I can see all the pics on my laptop, but not on the phone? Hope you guys can actually see these - please let me know if they only show up on my screen - I'm using a new photo hosting site - thanks Nick EDIT - ok tried a repost of the images - Nick
Hi model builders, Here we are on another Covid Sunday, which where I live means we sit at home and watch time march by. Today is Sunday, so I watched the 49ers play and win...next choice...laundry, a socially distanced walk, watch more tv, or post some photos of a project I finished around the first of the year, and, the latter wins. This build is based on the Hoonigan Truck, which features an aluminum replica of a 1977 Ford Ranger and a twin turbo engine on a tube chassis. The build starts with an F150 body and the rest is scratch work and parts from the junk box. Firs
So, this is my first time delving into the dark art of WHIF, figred that I might as well cmbine it with some scratchbuilding practice. In 1946, the british air ministry decided that it's typhoon ground attack pilots were suffering too heavy of casualties. They isued a requirement for a plane... that didn't need a pilot, in other words, the world's first drone. the requirement also specified that the design should be jet powered, to increase speed. The engines to be used were the simplest type of jet-- fuelwas injected, then ignitedwithin a tube, doing away with the complicated electrical syst