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Old 07-07-2014, 12:18 PM
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The Mavis turned out beautifully Pericles. Very nice job as always.

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Old 07-07-2014, 12:44 PM
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Old 07-07-2014, 04:44 PM
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If I right, is a Short Sandringhan a civil version of Sunderland. I have this kit from Lad 'n' Dad...

1/48 Short Sandringham VH-BRF, Ansett Flying Boat Services Paper Model

Is in my "to do" list, but this project is for years. I not have prevision of build. My actual mood is a military airboat and seaplanes of 1930's and 40's...
its a sandringham but for TEAL -Tasman empire .was predecesor to Air New Zealand
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Find 3-views, etc. Send them onto Aaron. The more info he has, the better.
this aircraft is restored at MOTAT museum in Auckland.I will try to get up and get some photos
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Old 07-11-2014, 11:57 AM
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Pics help but for design is strong recommend have the good plans or in minimal a descent three views of plane for send to Aaron. I intent build Sandringhan / Solent from Lad 'n' Dad, but in Ansset Air Boat Services, or in Aerolineas Argentinas, but is not priority at the moment...
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Oh man, that Mavis was quite a project.
And now I gotta ask about something I've been wondering for a long time, how well do long narrow wings like that hold up over the years without drooping?
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Old 07-23-2014, 07:34 AM
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All my models are internal reinforcements and protected with a layer of UV varnish, and show in closed case...
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Laura's place go fas t in the last night. Is a hard build the GPM's catapult. In original scale I believe the modeller found the same problem of me: the weakness of structure (because this GPM proveide a laser parts in cardboard for paint). I believe tomorrow I finish the catapult and start the aircraft ( the funny I intent build another for my ODB Pete, but I believe scratch the Yamto or Ise catapult...



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In side of catapult I build my second beta of P2Y now in 1/100 scale...







If I lucky is one of the most beautiful seaplane I have in this collection when ready...
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Pericles, the catapult looks awesome. the PBY is coming along nicely too. Great work as always.

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