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Giuseppe's squero
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PostPosted: August 9th, 2013, 2:10 pm 
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Ok, I start sharing the last kit on my "small shipyard"="squero" ;-)

It is the Airfix Grumman Widgeon:

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this weekend it will receive a bit of colour...


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Look forward to seeing it done.

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We've had a few of these built on here recently, so to get it looking like it does is quite an achievement. Well done, sir!

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This is a Widgeon.
The scrachtbuild windscreen looks terrific! :)

Ammazza quanto è venuto bene! :shock:

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some progress:

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Nice cammo, looking good there Giuseppe!

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Yes, that new windscreen makes a huge difference. I chickened out of doing that!

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another work ended:

De Havilland Vampire Airfix-Heller REAF 1956:

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beautiful,beautiful.

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That is a lovely Vampire, very well done.

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..... and yet you have not seen anything! :)

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giulio_gobbi wrote:
..... and yet you have not seen anything! :)

Go fast Cast, Go Fast!


Ok ok Giulio, here some small Progress on the Widgeon:

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This morning waiting for "Mrs Dumbfire" I have pictured the position light...


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Imagine it towing the blue steel just unload from the AEC.. :roll:

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Very nice Vampire and a surprisingly (the kit is awful...) good looking Widgeon !!

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I like the Vampire, very nice finish. The Widgeon looks good too!

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