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BevanBrooks

Revell 1/32 Bf109 Erla G10 Yellow 24

Finished this one before June last year and was intended for the 1945 group build here but never made it. Great kit and goes together well. I used some of Barracudacast's resin bits including small wheel bulge inserts, exhausts, spinner, blades, main wheels and the little cowling vents. Also one of Roy's decal sheets as well. 

 

 

Thanks for looking

Bevan

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11 hours ago, BevanBrooks said:

Too kind Mike, too kind! I get a lot of inspiration from my mate Ralph Riese.

Me too!  Maybe it's something in the beer down there, what do you guys drink? :lol:

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11 hours ago, mikester said:

Me too!  Maybe it's something in the beer down there, what do you guys drink? :lol:

Whatever is going, just have to make sure to add the mojo;)

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Great result and a marvelous paint job. Everything looks just right. Is the position of the tail wheel on purpose (maybe a dio)?

Cheers Rob

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On ‎15‎/‎03‎/‎2017 at 11:51 PM, DocRob said:

Great result and a marvelous paint job. Everything looks just right. Is the position of the tail wheel on purpose (maybe a dio)?

Cheers Rob

Hi Rob, yep the tail wheel is on purpose. I've seen photos of 109's like that after being towed or pushed. I think it looks cool and adds a tiny bit of interest.

 

Thanks for you kind comments

 

Cheers Bevan

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