Wingco57 Posted March 8, 2013 Share Posted March 8, 2013 Here are some photographs of my attempt to convert the ancient but still viable Revell Beau from a Mk I with horizonal tail into a Mk VI with the dihedral tail. Cees The tail was lenghtened by inserting a folded piece of plasticard As seen here Cannon ports were drilled out to make them round Eleveators seperated Oil coolers intake had to be made Yup my photographic skills again, using fine mesh for the radiatorface Tailplanes dryfitted Exhaust collector rings filled with miliput to avoid the empty look Engines look usable Fuselage detail is non-existent so had to do some work here Getting there Bit of work makes a big difference Basic interior scratchbuilt Other side, drinking straw in a new function als heating pipe Panellines rescribed, it transforms the kit Dryfitting the airframe Making the wingspar caps more pronounced Decals to be used by Aviaeology, Coastal Command, a well known bird 5 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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