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krow113 last won the day on February 10

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About krow113

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  1. Interesting and well executed. Kudo's!
  2. And parked for a while , I need to finish a Harley: Thanks for watching , it will be awhile before this lights up again.
  3. Fuselage finally joined:
  4. Today:
  5. Thanks cboxx... End of day yesterday:
  6. Fuse assy test fitting:
  7. Simple ground work in play:
  8. Does the Camel not have flying wires like other English planes? I cant really see from the pics.
  9. Thanks JP ! And what was prolly a 300 year old red cedar burl gets cut into sections for model base's : ...the 4" x 4" x 4" plinth for the fuel cart , I was seeing the display on an angle , dunno why , seeing this I know now! : Checking:
  10. ...more cart:
  11. Large fuel cart progression:
  12. ya didnt think so, but the tip for fitting prior to painting the seat still stands! I'll do some before/after pics on the embedding (sorry sounds a little pretentious ) to show the diff. Thanks JP
  13. The pre painted ones?
  14. Thanks J.P. You are right I have yet to blend and embed the interior details. I can offer a tip on the seat belts , prolly obvious , bend them to fit BEFORE painting the seats.