PCM's New FW 190

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  1. javlin

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    Was posted over at LSP courtesy of Mr. Lawerence and one of the members there.No review yet over at LSP but I think Chris mentioned once he gets one the review will be forthcoming.I think we have a few FW190 fans in here :) Pics....

    PCM FW-190A-1/2/3 Photos of sprues - LSP Forums
     

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    Looking great.:cool:
     
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    Looks pretty good. Not sure about removing the wheels from the casting blocks - could be tricky.
     
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    mmmm....that looks very Nice!!

    Always wanted to do Walter Schneiders Brown 1...
     
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    Looks like a nice kit, although I prefer tailwheels to have the wheel and yoke separate and, like with most manufacturers, you'll need to saw off the rudder, elevators, and flaps to show them in optional positions. At least the ailerons are separate.
     
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