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Old 01-27-2019, 03:32 PM
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Well, I still love this plane, and I like this paper model. The "extensions" of the fuselage had a good fit. The -200 has two front door, the -100 has only one, so I must remake the B part.
The wing glove was hard to do, but, as I'm planning to do the landing gear pits, I'll surelly remade it.
The b/n test model has the fuselage and the tail finished, just remaining the three engines.
I recomend to assemble the cockpit and nose section apart and, once completed, join it to the rest of the fuselage.
The vertical tail goes inside the 6 part, so be carefull.
My redesign is advancing, I've already separated the flaps and the spoilers and have a good idea of the rest of the parts I'm going to include.
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