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Wingco57

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About Wingco57

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  • Birthday 08/11/1966

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    http://Www.arg1940-1945.nl

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    No longer below waterlevel!
  • Interests
    Piston engined aircraft with WWII in particular. Huge fan of RAF Bomber Command and Halifax as speciality.

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  1. Wingco57

    1/48 Wellington Mk.X (He727 NA-K)

    Now THAT looks very nice.
  2. Wingco57

    1/48 Wellington Mk.X (He727 NA-K)

    We still use these photographs to locate aircraft wrecks on land.
  3. I like that very much.
  4. Wingco57

    1/48 Wellington Mk.X (He727 NA-K)

    Lovely Jeroen, but I still hate those wheels, they look very anorexic.
  5. Wingco57

    Soo.... What did you just get???

    Way to go Maverick! Cees
  6. Wingco57

    1/48 Wellington Mk.X (He727 NA-K)

    Very nice, but don't forget to fit the turrets before you close the fuselage, otherwise well you get my drift..... Cees
  7. Wingco57

    1/32 Junkers D.1

    What a fantastic package. WNW has pulled it off again. I wonder what they would make from more "modern" aircraft. Hmm Cees
  8. Wingco57

    1/48 Wellington Mk.X (He727 NA-K)

    Love it, how are you going to insert all those nice flat cowling flaps into that frame Jeroen? I observed Herman trying to do the same thing last saturday and errm.... he gave up. Cees
  9. Wingco57

    Ju 388 L-1

    Beautiful work there Wouter, the cockpit looks especially nice.
  10. Wingco57

    21st Century Schizoid Gustavs

    Very nice and creative. Keep it up. Cees
  11. This is one thread I will certainly follow for sure. I have the kit in the stash but don't know what to do with it (without sawing it apart that is) Cees
  12. Wingco57

    1/48 Wellington Mk.X (He727 NA-K)

    Just pretend you are eating an elephant. Just one nibble at the time. Cees
  13. Wingco57

    Scratch built Spitfire in 1:5 scale

    Hi David, I visited the RAF Museum last sunday, and by coincidence the 100th anniversary of the RAF. Couldn't help taking the time to admire your Spitfire. It looks fantastic from all angles. Cees
  14. Thanks Ian, Ah I must admit that I let this one slip a bit because of failing motivation, but fear not there will be some more work being done soon. Cees
  15. Wingco57

    1/48 Wellington Mk.X (He727 NA-K)

    Jeroen has very large but soft fingers. Ask me how I know,......I don't! Nice work on the FN5. Cees
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