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Old 07-25-2020, 06:31 AM
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Thanks gomidefilho, rifleman, Mike, hrogers!

Well, I'm back to the boring part of making changes to the different pieces of the model.
But, as I said, small changes. At first I believed that I could use the assembled squeleton to end the model, but, being a detail-oriented person, I must start to assemble the plane again.

Anyway!

As you can see, I tested the tails. And yes, this funny shoe marks where painted on the real plane. It seems emoticons are older that you believed, don't you?
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A few photos of a Stranraer indoors at a museum have been posted by a Flickr user I follow.
Here is one, https://flic.kr/p/2jtWuX9
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And yes, this funny shoe marks where painted on the real plane. It seems emoticons are older that you believed, don't you?
Gotta admit, they got the message across!
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A few photos of a Stranraer indoors at a museum have been posted by a Flickr user I follow.
Here is one, https://flic.kr/p/2jtWuX9
THANKS, southwestforests! I've been banging my head against the wall trying to find a good picture of that door!

As you can see, the third squeleton hull looks the same than the second, because the difference are milimetric and I made the correction when asembling the 2.0, so the real difference would be that the changes I made by hand now came printed.

Again, too much work (thanks God) so going slowly.
Once the skin is finished I'll ask for voluntaries to assemble the hull and tail while I desing the wings and, finally, the engines.
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THANKS, southwestforests! I've been banging my head against the wall trying to find a good picture of that door!
Welcome! It is fun to be helpful without even knowing how significant a problem doing so solved.
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