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    Brickule New Member

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    I am building a German Ju-52 out of Legos and I need to know where the radio-man sits, Does any one have a cut-away image? Also would a Lego creation be up to standards for this forum, even if it does not have wings at an angle, and can't hold the number of people that the real one did?

    UPDATE!! Well the Junker is comming along very nicely, allthough I might not have enough parts to finish the starbord wing, Oh well, I'll just have to add some smoke and give you guys a picture of a "crashed" Lego Ju-52.

    UPDATE#2!!! I was able to dig up the parts for a starbord wing, the Ju-52 is complete. Now I must make some pilots for it.

    UPDATE#3!!!! The Lego creation is finished, How do I upload pictures to this forum?
     
  2. Wurger

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    Hi,

    The radioman seat was between the pilot's and co-pilot's ones.

    pics source unknown.
     

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    great stuff Wurger!

    As for the lego Ju 52 go for it! :)
     
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    good on ya, Wojtek! Great drawings!

    Good luck with the project Brickule!:D
     
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    Old "Iron Annie" was one of my favorite aircraft. I'd like to build a balsa/tissue
    model of the old girl, one of these days....

    Great pic's, Wojtek....

    Charles
     
  7. Wurger

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    THX guys. :D
     
  8. Brickule

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    Thanks Wurger, I didn't know there was a gunner in the front! Great pictures.
     
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    You are welcome mate.If I find some pics of these areas I'll upload then here.Check the thread from time to time,please and if you want of course.
     
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    Good luck with Ol' Tante ju.
     
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