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Fozzy

AIRFIX 1:24 SCALE JU 87B-2 STUKA CUTAWAY

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Excellent stuff, well done.

Andy

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Welcome, and a very impressive work! Congratulations!!!

Alex

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nice work fozzy

ever tried doing something like this in a smaller scale??????

your pioc size isnt an issue for me but anybody who has smaller monitors or less capable pc's might have a problem

try resizing the pics and making them a bit smaller

Hi you lot out there

Yep your right!You don't know how much crap I had trying to use photobucket for the first time,it took me all afternoon :wall: .....however I will try to down size next photo I post..sorry guys!!

Thanks once again for the remarks

Fozzy

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That is jaw - droppingly good, I'll look forward to seeing more of your work.

:worthy: :worthy: :worthy:

Pete

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firstly welcome

secondly without doubt that is the BEST model i have ever seen, no contest

well done

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Ha! I'm liking that a lot!

Only nine months huh!?! Take me a damn sight longer than that - if I could even do it TBH!

cheers and welcome

Rick

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magic ! - where do you keep it ? it must be a real dust magnet :analintruder:

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That's just ridiculous...

It'd take me nine months just to get over the fear of the thought of doing it. Fantastic work, really great! :thumbsup2:

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magic ! - where do you keep it ? it must be a real dust magnet :analintruder:

Hi guys

I'll tell you I have never been welcomed like this before!!Thankyou so much :winkgrin:

Yes it is a dust magnet .......thats why I keep it in a big cardboard box.I'm thinking of trying to sell it or donate it somewhere because not many people are interested in models here in Bulgaria.....soooo I will have to try to bring it back to UK on my next trip home,but its packing it up to stop it damaging will be the prob!!

Cheers

FOZZY

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sell it????

if I had done something like that I could never sell it....donate it to a museum, yeah I could do that :):):)

a suggestion with the pics - resize them on your pc before uploading them to photobucket, then keep 2 copies, on cd/dvd; the original and the smaller version.

the smaller version goes to pb

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sell it????

if I had done something like that I could never sell it....donate it to a museum, yeah I could do that :):):)

a suggestion with the pics - resize them on your pc before uploading them to photobucket, then keep 2 copies, on cd/dvd; the original and the smaller version.

the smaller version goes to pb

Thanks for the advice Kev....Have tried to donate to museums before ,maybe I will try again with this one

Cheers

Fozzy

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Im assuming your an engineer by trade with such an eye for detail??? That is outstanding work , simply amazing.

Just a thought, if you are likely to donate to a museum, try the Imperial War Museum at Duxford Telephone: +44 (0)1223 835 000

Cop an email address and get some pictures off. im sure that would take pride of place on any display!

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Good grief, and there was I struggling to find interior photos of a Stuka, wish I'd have waited, your post is the ideal reference, absolutely fantastic plastic engineering.

Cheers

Den

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Just brilliant, can't say any more, there are no words to describe the craftsmanship involved here. :speak_cool:

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Im assuming your an engineer by trade with such an eye for detail??? That is outstanding work , simply amazing.

Just a thought, if you are likely to donate to a museum, try the Imperial War Museum at Duxford Telephone: +44 (0)1223 835 000

Cop an email address and get some pictures off. im sure that would take pride of place on any display!

I wish I was an Engineer!! but i'm afraid you assumed wrong !!Years ago I used to be an aircrewman in the A.A.C (Army Air Corps),and up untill I retired 3 years ago I was a fully qualified Driving Instructor!!now I'm a lazy sod! :pipe:

Thanks for the Duxford Museum contact number,I tried them once before with a Mustang I built ,but no go.Maybe I'll give them another go.

Cheers for that

Foz

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Thanks once again guys.....your too kind

Foz

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Sweet jesus, that is bollock-jangellingly good!!

The skills and patience to produce something like that are few and far between.

Thanks for sharing the pics, looking forward to more of your builds :speak_cool:

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I'm not worthy enough to feedback to you Fozzy. So I will tell everyone else, that this is one of, if not the most, awesome model I have ever seen.

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Stunning work.Well worth the nine months labour! It deserves to be on show somewhere for sure.

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