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RC-135S CobraBall - WIP - Part VIII

July 12 2011 at 3:15 PM

Alberto Accumolli  (Login illomucca)
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Hi to all Visitors,

here is a new update to my RC-135S Project .

Engines - I cut away the "hump" from the kit inboard pylons and I'm reshaping the pylons with scrap palstic - also I'm preparing some surgery to remove the nacelles front sections fill the voids at the interior, paint and reassemble the nacelles as per the good suggestion of a Fellow HyperScaler .

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Center wing lower section - opened up the second air intake for the conditioning system - added struts to detail the main landing gear bays .

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Main landing gear wheel bays - I detailed the best I could the bay interior, it's not 100% exact but it should look "busy" enought with the main doors closed - quite strange I could not find pics of the right bay and of the rear bulkhead, KC-135 in Detail and Scale also shows the left bay and front bulkhead only - any help very wellcome .

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Here is my work-bench ( a bit cluttered !!!)

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And here is the display and restig place for my Cobra Ball

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That's all for now .

As usual any comment/suggestion/critique very wellcome and appreciated !!!!

Bye

Alberto Accumolli

G.M.B. BRANZACK

 
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