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mark31

The Strafer

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Hello this is the kit where im working on for the moment.

The kit is from hk models.

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Things done so far.

pit floor and turret gunners floor.

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some major parts done.

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tailgunner.

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Part of the pit.

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Turret gunners position.

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More to come.

 

Mark

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Hi Mark,

I like the weathering of the seats. Very nice build. What's your opinion of the HK Models B-25.

Cheers

Cees

Hello my opinion for this kit.

Its a great kit the seats in the kit are not right and the wiring provided in the kit is to thick.

Thats wy i used copper wire to change it all the rest off the engine is out off the box.

So far everything fits nice.

Only the instructions for placing the exhaust isnt that clear.

 

Mark

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first i have painted the seats with matt aluminium from tamiya and didt a clear coat.

Then i sprayd chipping flouid from ak and let it dry before i used intirior green from gunze.

After the paint intirior green is dry i started the chipping with a brush and some thinner from gunze.

I hope this helpsand soory for the bad english.

 

Mark

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You been busy.

 

The Evergreen strip looks like a clever way to get rid of a seam. I hate filler, so will try that also.

 

Looking forward to see some paint on this beast.

 

Cheers,

 

Rob

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You been busy.

 

The Evergreen strip looks like a clever way to get rid of a seam. I hate filler, so will try that also.

 

Looking forward to see some paint on this beast.

 

Cheers,

 

Rob

thanks for the nice words and the white its putty from tamiya.

there will be not much paint on this one.

The plan is to foil this bird.

 

Mark

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