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PostPosted: December 10th, 2017, 2:07 am 
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iggie wrote:
Oh heck, another Revell 1/32nd kit to get!
That UHU is looking good so far!


Ha! True enough, Iggie! Seems like a nice kit so far, and it only cost me $30.00 (Canadian). I heard I can expect some problems with fit further on, but for the moment it's all been smooth sailing! ;-)


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Really sharp work, Fred.

Do you know what the rows of red buttons on the side of the rear cockpit were for?


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Softscience wrote:
Really sharp work, Fred.

Do you know what the rows of red buttons on the side of the rear cockpit were for?


Hi SoftScience! I don't know, but my guess is that they're electric breakers or fuses. I should also say that I don't know if they were really red on the actual aircraft, I just thought they look good this way! :oops:


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That Uhu must be a big beastie in 1/32nd Fred, I have the Tamiya 1/48th kit and that seems to be sizable, in fact if I built it at the moment I don't know where I'd put it! Great work so far, the cockpit tub looks excellent and, although fiddly to assemble, I think those aftermarket seat belts have made a lot of difference.

Does Revell provide any sort of nose weight? If you are building the model gear down it might require a considerable amount of ballast - that said I've never built a He-219 so can't say for definite that the type is a tail sitter as a model, I'm just thinking aloud!

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