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- FOCKE-WULF 187 Falcke

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-Another little diorama made of a resin Focke-Wulf 187 from MPM and some other accessories.

-The whole being in 48 Scale;

- The scene is intended to depict work before flight around a Falcke in 1943 at Vaerlöse practise firing school in Denmark

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Very nice model and diorama

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Great job and just like Steve said I would like to have my hands on one too!!!!

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Very nice that, not an aircraft you see or hear much of.., Question though for the experts? Why does the spinner have that hole with another(?) spinner inside it?

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Very nice that, not an aircraft you see or hear much of.., Question though for the experts? Why does the spinner have that hole with another(?) spinner inside it?

-Thanks for your comments. The "holes" on the spinners are for cooling and streamlining purposes, the same can be ound on the spinner of the Focke-Wul 190 V 1

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Top drawer stuff, Sir!! & a VERY unusual subject to boot....

Must have been a nightmare for the pilot to bail out, what with a forward pivoting canopy......

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Super build! I love the diorama and the realistic poses of the figures too.

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That is a great display of a.little known aircraft. I am very impressed with the B/W pics, they look incredibly 'real' to me. Quite a display, I like it a lot.

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Top-grade completion of both the fine model and the diorama as a whole ! The photos are really outstanding and give a remarkable sense of the real thing.

MIke

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Er, where is the model ? :)

Seriously, that is superb.

Cheers

John

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