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RC-135S Cobra Ball - WIP - Part XXI

October 5 2012 at 4:48 PM

Alberto Accumolli  (Login illomucca)
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I finished the much hated panel rescribing and reached a new milestone of my RC-135S Cobra Ball I project : engines fitting up on the airframe .

These are the first pics taken with my new Canon SX 40 HS digital camera and look a lot better defined than the previous ones .

I started with the outboard engines

motori su RC-135S

motori su RC-135S

motori su RC-135S

motori su RC-135S

The fitting was good on the wing bottom but a total mess at the wing top leading edges

motori su RC-135S

motori su RC-135S

motori su RC-135S

motori su RC-135S

Slowly it's going to look like a Cobra Ball .

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


Alberto Accumolli


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