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bristol boy

Bristol M1C

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Finally completed my Pegasus Bristol M1C in 1/72, a lot more work than I was expecting. believe it or not it's harder to rig a mono plane than a bi-plane simply because there is no second wing to pass the cable through and tension it before gluing. consequently the rigging is stretched sprue.

The kit propeller and hub were scrapped and replaced wit a spare from a Bristol Scout, the original was simply too big.

Back to WW2 stuff for the next build.

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She looks amazing.....that is a really distinctive paint job. Very high quality Imo.

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Very nice BB, a great model - although scrolling that pattern scheme is bad for the eyes! :)

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Very nice indeed.

It looks like a humbug with wings!! Dare I ask if you've licked it yet?????

haha

Well done

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Actually the real a/c had red and white stripes so you have to repaint it ! ....only joking. You didn't take the easy option did you? Lovely job

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