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Ryan

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  1. You know what might be the next rabbit hole. The engine cylinder spacing.....hmm.
  2. Here are some goodies that arrived. F6f-5 by The 3rd Placer, on Flickr F6f-5 by The 3rd Placer, on Flickr And I really need to prime that hideous clear cowl! F6f-5 by The 3rd Placer, on Flickr Ryan
  3. Here is a link to their Type N monoplane I have been off and on with. https://forum.ww1aircraftmodels.com/index.php?topic=9834.0
  4. Ok bear with me, but I reworked the headrest, this time 100% satisfied! It’s finished and I’m climbing out of the rabbit hole. You’ll note I also added the towel rack and some bolt heads.
  5. That a good one, how about the ones that land in your shoe or slipper to be found later...
  6. Thanks Gaz, I need to fix my backer mounting points, I hadn't noticed they were off center. This will be visible and bug me, but an easy fix. Hellcat by The 3rd Placer, on Flickr
  7. Guys my wife got me a neck mounted LED light that is perfect for hunting dropped parts, get one you wont be disappointed. https://shop.snapon.com/product/ECHDC038 Ryan
  8. I like the way you have stored your Evegreen.
  9. Took me a sec to realize what SOD meant.
  10. Nice and clean sir, looks the part.
  11. I found this video of a Airfix build that would be useful.
  12. Probably should of asked this before I glued things up but is there a pic around of what structure holds that armored panel at that angle? Anyone got the Airfix kit and can see if there is any thing behind it? Thanks for any help.
  13. Fantastic Jeroen, that’s one of the best models I have seen. your skills are way above mine.
  14. Talk about a rabbit hole! looks really nice and busy. Ryan
  15. I like the effect, with the canopy pulled back it will look good. Ryan
  16. Almost done, but ran out of time, it looks ok for what it is, I had to make concessions and work with the parts at hand. Next I’ll attach the towel bar below the headrest and move on.
  17. Next I filled the hole and fabricated the new mount. I cheated a little and sharped the outboard corners to hopefully give a illusion the top fuselage wasn’t so pudgy.
  18. Ok down the armored headrest rabbit hole we go! first up was to saw off the head rest and seat belt bar, this was done with a Techstar product. I wanted to retain the kit parts to stick in my new armored plate.
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