Ju-87 B2 Stuka (Italeri, 1/48)

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  1. vajled

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    New project paralel with Ju-188 and Fokker D.VII
    Great plane and kit...

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    Looking interesting. :)
     
  3. vajled

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    thx Wurger :)
    Seems to be great kit, so far I'm overexcited

    Cockpit is finished...
    Only need to add rear gunner ammunition boxes and belt and of course glue it all into fuselage :)

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  5. Airframes

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    Neat work, and it certainly does look like a very nice kit.
     
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    Very, very nice indeed! Great work Roman!

    Btw, what's the kit like?
     
  7. vajled

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    Thx all :)

    And thx Lucky13...
    Kit so far what I can see looks great, I have read somehwere it's Tamiya mould.
    Plastic is great, no any extra plastic stuff arround the kit (I dont know on english proper word... we call it in Croatia SRH) you know when you must clean some part from extra plastic arround part...
    Panel lines are great, many details... and so far I am very satisfied with Kit

    Roman
     
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    Aaaah, I know what you mean Roman, can't remember the word either now... :lol:
    Thanks for the info, got the Hasegawa D-5 sitting on my shelf...
    Again, inspiring work...
     
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    Coming along nicely!
     
  10. vajled

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    thx guys :)

    cockpit is glued into fuselage :)
    I have little trouble with it, fit is not perfect as I asume it will be, but everything is on they own place :)

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    I dont know, the sides of cockpit are not so tight till side walls of fuselage... Probably must gle them to they be fixed on the wals...
    Does anyone know about that problem in the build?

    Cheers

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    Nice work so far. I think the word you guys are looking for is "flash".

    I regret having picked up the old Airfix Stuka at a model swap seeing the apparent quality of this Italeri kit. Mind you, I only paid 8 bucks for it.
     
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    Nice work so far, looks good, IIRC I think Tamiya marketed it under their label...
     
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    Agree with all.
     
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    Beautiful work Roman!
     
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    thx guys

    after some thinking and brain workout finally I have figured out how to get canopy perfect fit :)

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