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AMEGB #4 Short Stirling

June 27 2012 at 10:15 AM

Larry Schmidt  (Select Login CSMO)
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I has taken me several weeks to finish my Stirling. It is strictly OOB. I built a little here and painted a little there. All paint is Xtracolor aand Humbrol, brush-painted freehand including the transparency frames. The wing-to-fuselage join was so good that I finished each wing and the fuselage as three separate sub-assemblies. When I glued the wings to the fuselage, it was finished. I have built a Halifax, Wellington, Lancaster, and a Whitley in the same fashion. It greatly simplifies painting and decalling.

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On the bench: Airfix 1/76 LCM & Sherman, Airfix S.A. Bulldog, Roden Fokker D.VI, Heller SAAB Safir, & Lindberg Ar.234 and Kingfisher. (It is great to be retired.)

amateur photo shot with my i-Phone.

Adios, Larry.

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This message has been edited by CSMO from IP address on Jun 27, 2012 7:44 PM

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