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RC-135S Cobra Ball - WIP - Part XXXV- FINAL PICS!!

August 29 2013 at 10:42 AM

Alberto Accumolli  (Login illomucca)
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Hi to all friends,

Here are the last pics of my CobraBall project - some comparisons with actual aircraft pics, some dimensional comparisons with a couple of models of mine : XB-70 A/V1 and A-50M Mainstay, some more model pics with the display base improuved .

Disclaim - the aircraft pics come from World Air Power Journal - Vol. 8 (copyright of the Publisher) and are used here for reference in comparisons purpose only .

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Here are some dimensional comparisons

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Here are some final pics of the finished model on its improuved display base ( puddles/water/wet areas on the ramp) and Squadron patch .

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With these pics my CobraBall project comes to end - I thank once more all the H.S. Friends for their generous help for the implementation of this project !!!!

Many thanks to all Visitors and for your patience in following this long build !!!



Alberto Accumolli


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