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February 10 2012 at 2:02 PM

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Response to Aero A-102

Tim, that is not a subject that we are used to see from you - but nevertheless a magnificent build of a rare subject - over the years I have collected several of these RS Models resin kits but so far I have not build any of them yet, and now RS Models seems to release them all in plastic one by one, anyway seeing your Aero 102 is a pleasure, but also shows me they can be build and now I'm looking with big eyes to my collection... which is the first one to go under the knife...

Did you use the kits resin struts - or did you replace them, they look fine but I'm not sure if they glue on fine, plastic replacements seems to be more workable

And the attachment between the wheel houses and the struts seems to be very very fragile - certainly in resin - did you use some "metal" reinforcements inside ?

Splendid work, it really surprised me (subjectwise!)

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  • Wiliam - Tim Mixon on Feb 10, 2012, 3:25 PM
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