Me-262A-1 "Schwalbe". !:32

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    #1 Hartmann52, Dec 17, 2013
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    Welcome. friends!
    Imagine another work of the old modell. Plane made ​​in the embodiment Me-262A- 1 "Schwalbe", Wr.Nr. 110956 , III/EJG-2, Germany , in 1945 . Camouflage 74/75/83/76 . Letter "S" denotes a training machine. Information is available, according to which the aircraft was released in summer 1944, and in January 1945 passed the overhaul. During the repair completely changed forward fuselage ( with compartment weapons ) , as well as the tail part . Strip on the rear fuselage indicates technological joint. Because of difficulties plane completely repainted after repair. Originally the car was used in the training unit and later was transferred to the JV- 44, where it was flown by a renowned expert Heinz Bar .
    PS. I am sorry for my bad english
     
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    Looking very nice. However a little bit too bluish for the end of war.
     
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    Excellent work!
     
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    Nice one. Which kit was used?
     
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    Cool. Is it possible the engine intakes are upside down or is it my eyes?
     
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    Nice !
    Ed
     
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    I love this, great work! :)
     
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    Great build! What does the S on the fin signify?
     
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    S = Schul (Training)

    Well done, Hermann52 :!:
    Particularly the main gear well looks very nice.
    The only criticism i see, are the wheels. They should be a little flat, like HERE.
    What kit did you use? Trumpeter?

    Don't worry about it! Mine is not better 8)
     
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    So I have learn't something about weathering the last couple of minutes, fantastic job.
     
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    Really like this one :D very impressive :D
     
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    Thanks, cameraden!:thumbleft:
     
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    Unique camo. Great weathering!
     
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    Cool! I like it!Now what are the tubes coming out of the nose for? above the nose gear.
     
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    Augsburg Eagle, I'm sorry late reply! This kit is dont Trumpeter, is a ancient Hasegawa...
     
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    Very nice work. I especially like the details of the landing gear, guns, and that the model in this scale.
     
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    Wow...love the profile and the colors. You made it look like an "old" bird. Just great.
     
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