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HaraldP.

Ju 88 G-6 Nightfighter Dragon 1 48

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Hello!
So after some time I show you my JU 88 G6 from Dragon/Cyber Hobby- Orange Box in 1/48. Pretty old kit and because of the many re-edtions the moulding suffered from that. The construction was a real challenge. I've tried to avoid filler. So dry fitting is a "must do".
I have replaced all MG 151 with brass rods. The FUGs are from Mastermodel. Another challenge, because I tried the solder them. In the end it wasn't that hard, as I've thought. I made a template that helped me a lot.The rear antenna holder is also a brass construction soldered togehter. I've rescribed the fuel hatches on the top of the fuseage.
Soon as the construction was finished, the painting started using Vallejo RLM 76 and Gunze RLM75. I really liked the paint scheme done by Chris Wauchop from Hyperscale. That black tail fin really got me!
After all I'm happy this project is done.
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Greetings

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A great result - I love that front on view. Cool scheme too, I like the tail as you've done it, very striking on a shelf I daresay.

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Very authentic looking G-6. The camo is superb and the in-scale metal antenna array makes all the difference to the overall impression.

Excellent!

Kind regards,

Joachim

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Really nice Nightfighter there, looks great

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