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Oh wowee this is gorgeous,  what an amazing model. Thank you for sharing the in progress pics as well I have bookmarked this thread for when I build mine.  You have done a cracking job.

Chris

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Bravo!!! 

I have spent a lot of time on mine but whatever I did you did better. 

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Museum Quality to Say the Least!  Inspirational to those of us who enjoy working on WW1 Aircraft!

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Utterly stunning! Outstanding modelling!

 

Cheers

 

Malcolm

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My gob has been truly smacked and my gast has been deeply flabbered!

 

I may as well burn my stash and take up knitting

 

That is an incredible build. Well dine!

 

 

Chris

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I'm not even half as eloquent as your level of modeling skill that's displayed here, so I'll just say: Big WOW!

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Yeah not bad that,....... in fact it is absolutely gorgeous,.... stunning model mate.

Cheers

         Tony

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Now if I had been looking at a modern Wingnut Wings model in 1/32 I could look on and admire your skill set in doing a lovely model. 
 

However it’s not 1/32 it’s 1/72 and it’s not Wingnut Wings it’s an ancient Frog rebox which was pretty average even when it was new 50 plus years ago. Your end result is incredible. Quite exceptional and inspirational. Thank you for sharing it with us. What’s your next project?

 

John

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Breathtaking!

Can't quite believe that's 1/72 scale!

Must be the ultimate in complex rigging too!

Outstanding!

😮 :thumbsup::clap2::clap2:

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