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There may be accuracy issues, putting that up front, but it is a Horsa in D-Day markings.

Serial matches Pegasus Bridge aircraft and Chalk 91 is under the loading door,Trust Me.ūüėź

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I used the decals that Eduard supplied in their small give-away kits. Serials were fromDan Taylor to match the D-Day Pegasus bridge assault.

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Stripes were done rough on purpose matching most of my reference materials.

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I used the open section to brake up the LOOOOONNNGG Cylinder of the Horsa. What a large aircraft this was.

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Last Striped Model for my display in May/June 

Comments welcome (be nice on accuracy please)

Cheers

Bill

 

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Like this and the 'scruffy' stripes add to the feel of it.

 

Nice one.

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An impressive model of a largely unsung but critical component of Allied victory!

 

Kind regards,

 

Joachim

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That's superb Bill,finish is as it should be as most of these Glider's were one flight only machine's and I'm as guilty as anybody for lovely

masked perfect D-Day stripes of which most were not,one to be very proud of there!

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Thank you all for the kind feedback. 

Complete D-Day Group Photos to follow.

Cheers

Bill

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Lovely finish and great invasion stripes¬†ūüĎć

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I like to see ragged invasion stripes - well done all round¬†‚≠ź

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Is this the Italeri 1/72 kit? Whichever kit it is, you've done a great job on it.

 

 

Chris

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Greetings 

it is the Italeri kit with all its challenges.

Thank you for the Compliment 

Cheers

Bill

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2 minutes ago, Wdedig said:

Greetings 

it is the Italeri kit with all its challenges.

Thank you for the Compliment 

Cheers

Bill

 

That makes it even better, knowing it's a small scale kit. It first I thought it might be the Bronco 1/35 scale kit. Those are some very nice photos, too. All good sized and clear.

 

 

Chris

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Well done, well done!

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Thank You all for the feedback.

Cheers

Bill

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