"Wespen" ME110c "Destroyer"

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  1. ThunderThud

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    My Messershmidt 110-C "Destroyer" "Wespen"
     

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    Good job it looks great.
     
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    wow great job!

    You really do a great job of staining and weathering! :)
     
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    wow! very nice!
     
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    That's a really nice model you've got :thumbup:
     
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    Great looking 110!! 1/48 I assume?
     
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    I'm with all, excellent !!!!
     
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    Thank you for the compliments Guys ! Its about 20 years old ! It is the 1/48th scale Fujimi kit.Paints ude were aslo the Polly S acrylics. My wife is a nurse so i was able to confiscate some Hypodermic needles for the gun Barrels.I also made a Vaccuform Machine to Produce the canopy. I had to make several copies so i could cut out the specific part i needed so i can show the canopies open.it was alot of fun building. The newere kits from Monogram and Eduard are 100 times better in detail and fit.
    Below is a PDF from Hyperscale on Building the ME110 from Eduard enjoy!
     

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    Has anyone opened the above attachment in my last post its really great if you plan on building a Me110.!
     
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    It´s a really nice model of a Bf 110 C.
    Please write Messerschmidt. The Bf 110 C was a "Zerstörer" like you write destroyer. This machine serve in a "Zerstörergeschwader" means destroyersquadron. One Zerstörergeschwader contains about 100 machines.
    Bf means Bayrische Flugzeugwerke. Bf it´s the origin for the 108, 109 and the 110. In Germany we talk only with the numbers: 109, 110, 190 or D-9 for FW 190 D-9 or K-4 for Bf 109 K-4 and so on.
    And when we (in Germany) speak from the Bell UH-1D we speak from "die gute alte Bell" ("the good old Bell") or the "Teppichklopfer" (carpetknocker).
    Also my wife know this excellent machine. She works as rescue end firefighting trooper.

    Horrido
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    Hej TT, it is a cool article on the BF110 assembling.I've downloaded this file on my HDD,but have no time to read this fully.I could go through this quickly only.But if I find much free time I will for sure.Thanks a lot for sharing.:D

    :wave:
     
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    Thanks for clearing that up for me Trecker ! and to all your welcome to anything i can share or contribute to the sight!
     
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    Hey TT, nice model. Very good job on the weathering.
     
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    ditto
     
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    Now thats what I would call a definitive guide. Outstanding ...your model is!:lol:
     
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