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Old 06-03-2018, 11:01 PM
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Thanks Dan, you and Yoav enjoy seeing the engine included in the kit like I do, was definitely a nice build, and turned out as good as I can do. I'm undecided about the next one, lots of interesting options. I've a few cool models in my stash, 3 or 4 more Halinski kits, a couple shipyard kits, and some quick little builds too, but am looking at a schooner scratch build, for me its not that different on a sailing ship to build from a kit or scratch.. takes about the same amount of time -seems like forever, to get one nearly done...so am looking at a smaller project but would like to work on a sailing ship right now..( if I do I'll build a plane or two along the way likely..) WWII fighter planes always interest me and there are a few holes in my collection I'd like to fill. (p-39, fw 190, newer Hellcat, and lots of others ha)
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The detachable engine cover looks great as well.

I'd have pressed 'like' if there was one, and 'share to friends' while I'm at this.
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Thanks Dan, you and Yoav enjoy seeing the engine included in the kit like I do, was definitely a nice build, and turned out as good as I can do. I'm undecided about the next one, lots of interesting options. I've a few cool models in my stash, 3 or 4 more Halinski kits, a couple shipyard kits, and some quick little builds too, but am looking at a schooner scratch build, for me its not that different on a sailing ship to build from a kit or scratch.. takes about the same amount of time -seems like forever, to get one nearly done...so am looking at a smaller project but would like to work on a sailing ship right now..( if I do I'll build a plane or two along the way likely..) WWII fighter planes always interest me and there are a few holes in my collection I'd like to fill. (p-39, fw 190, newer Hellcat, and lots of others ha)

small project????
I can offer you one of my models ..... the are big, but simple to build.....like the OURAGAN, MYSTERE or SUPER MYSTERE.


keep on your wonderful work.

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Old 06-04-2018, 07:09 AM
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Congratulations for a great build, Glen I had an excellent time looking at all thos fine pictures of a beautifull model!
How did the engine fit on the cowling? I'm asking because I experienced trouble with a Zero (too tight) and noticed that a part poped off from "your" engine. It may be inside the cowling and, of course, can be glued again into place readily. The guns and fairings are just tip-top
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Old 06-04-2018, 09:13 AM
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Thanks Burning Beard, Elliott, Yoav, MichaelS, Rata for your encouragement and all for your generous comments

Isaac thanks I used your photos for reference

Thanks Lex, I recall you're partial to red circles

Thanks Ricardo, ha I noticed that missing rocker cover after posting, was just
from handling the cowl fits nicely...

Yoav your artistry is something I'd like to display, my ignorance about jet aircraft is embarrassing ha, my favorites then would be the Phantom or the Falcon
Growing up in the US...
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Old 06-05-2018, 06:02 AM
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Belated congratulations on completing this magnificent model, Glen.

I have enjoyed pouring over the images. A very impressive achievement.

I look forward to your next build.

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Old 06-05-2018, 10:48 AM
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Thanks Don, very happy with this one, I like Halinski models more than before and I already really liked them!
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Old 06-05-2018, 12:06 PM
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Again, you too make me feel humble as a paper modeler.
wonderful result, Glen.
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Old 06-05-2018, 07:22 PM
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I'm glad you like it, your design work makes ME humble... I wish I had the CAD skills but I think it's late for me to learn at this point ha
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