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Revell 1/32 Me262 B1/U1

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Ok guys, next project. Or better a reboot. I had gotten this as a bd present and started this one last year.


Due to stress at work and a training and uncertainity I could do the mottling scheme I put it aside. Having finished my La-5 I now return to this but not without a challenge. Due to the home decoration I got no workspace AND most of my paints and stuff is behind a heap of other stuff in the garage. So I can just cut, clean and glue abit. This makes that I try to clean and assemble as much as possible. And cleaning I do need to this. My first verdict is that it is not a perfect model but this package of a big bag of plastic and lots of nice detail for €35,- is a steal.The box with sub assemblies and parts fill quickly.


Well there are a view weird attachment points on the engine part. Points?? Hmm more strips, will have to sand down this abit. There were four of these strips on both engine caps :(.

The lower hull with lower wings. I needed to help this a bit to get the undercarriage part in place. Dry fitting with the hull will show if I can proceed.


I can only build with good weather in the gardin till 5pm. So pray with me for good weather next weekend!

Greetings Lars

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So guys. Dying is not dead. And I took heart to pick this one up again.

Worked to finish the cockpit. I used the kit decals. Cut out every dial and I am pretty content with result (yes some are misaligned). I added drops of clear (not on this pic). I feel like I will go for Eduard PE next time... With my sparse model time a shortcut is appreciated....




Then I took on the rest of the tub. Kept weathering to a minimum since these birds did life that long. I added some wiring, I think the ends wont be visible after adding the screen part. I aslo used the kit decals, cutting them so the bumpy parts do work out at least a bit.




Have fun comments are always welcome.

Greetings Lars


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