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Ok just catching up at the end of the week, I can see another masterclass in the making.......:popcorn:

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Got some more stuff for this build today. Flattened tyres and seatbelts. The NASM machine does not have seatbelts installed but this is where my artistic liberty kicks in ;)

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Great stat JP watching for sure,  that worn pre shaded pale blue is so awsome. 

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The master at work, once again

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That's some great progress already there Jeroen. You're making look so easy! 

Carl

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More work done today! On to the cockpit.

took off half of the control stick (as is the case in the NASM one) , replaced it with metal tube and drilling out instruments. Not all the ones’ that are missing in the real thing, but enough to make it look interesting:

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Just awesome !.....harv:unworthy:

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Jeroen,  your fine finish and exceptional attention to detail is simply mesmerizing . As always,  joy to follow. 

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13 hours ago, Martinnfb said:

Jeroen,  your fine finish and exceptional attention to detail is simply mesmerizing . As always,  joy to follow. 

No Kidding...........................

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You stud, if only you were bald you would be the total package!

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1 hour ago, Mikester said:

You stud, if only you were bald you would be the total package!

:rofl:. Now that's a thought I cant get out of my head.....harv

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Plugging away at the pit. 

First paint layers are on.

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I love that faded and patches effect and will add lots of wiring at the next stage.

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Most excellent!!.......harv :popcorn:

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Green colour under the fairing .

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better resolution clicks. :) welding seams and all

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Looking forward to seeing how you tackle that delaminated plywood.

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The weathering on the seat is the charm for me.

2 hours ago, GusMac said:

Looking forward to seeing how you tackle that delaminated plywood.

I would think that actually layers of the thinnest Evergreen sheet built up would be the go... There's one sheet that's almost paper thin.

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10 minutes ago, Wumm said:

The weathering on the seat is the charm for me.

I would think that actually layers of the thinnest Evergreen sheet built up would be the go... There's one sheet that's almost paper thin.

I would think that is the way to go.....harv :popcorn:

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Baking paper, white glue and lots of ripping :)

 

 

 

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First i’m sorting the instrument panel. I’m using the kit part because of the nice instrument housings on the back and eduard Photo etch for the front. Drilled some instruments out and am now adding the kit decals to the remaining instruments.

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Looking very noise already.

Cees

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