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  1. Selling the last released detailing sets of Metallic Details: Detailing set for aircraft model Airbus A380 (Revell) in scale 1/144 - $27.00 Set contains 3 photoetching boards (more than 90 parts) for detailing the exterior of the aircraft. Detailing set for aircraft model Embraer 195 (Revell) in scale 1/144 - $8.00 Set contains photoetching board 52*73 mm (40 parts) for detailing the exterior of the aircraft. Aircraft Recovery Crane NS60 in scale 1/144 - $35.00 The kit contains parts for building one crane: - 31 resin parts; - transparent film for the immitation of glasses; - thread for simulating cables; - photoetching board 110*100 mm (30 parts). The telephone box Kiosk No.2 in scale 1/35 - $35.00 The kit contains parts for building one telephone box: -13 resin parts; - transparent film for simulating glass; - two photoetching boards 94*143 mm and 37*28 mm (more than 30 parts); - film for the imitation of the mirror and the framework of information stands; - 3 variants of color posters of information stands.
  2. Hi all, Moving right along, here's the next installment. As you know, the horizontal is not horizontal but is instead a very mild V shape. I've rotated the image in order to show you that the inboard verticals form a 90 degree angle to the horizontal. This means that the inboard verticals actually lean in toward the aircraft centerline, as do the tip mounted verticals. The easiest way to get all of the verticals installed correctly is to simply cut a 90 degree piece of scrap styrene and use it as a square. With both inboard verticals installed, you can see how they're supposed to look when properly aligned. In this view from the top, the tail assembly in complete. And for the hawkeyes (pun intended) in the crowd, two of the molded static discharge wires are broken. No matter how careful you are, odds are you're gonna break at least one before you're thru. A little later I'll show you my repair method. With all of the verticals installed and viewed from the back, that is one busy tail section. And it gets even busier when the wings are folded! Incidentally, the slots and tabs for the inboard verticals are keyed but the end ones are not. Since logic says that the verticals should be higher above the horizontals than below it, you'll need to be careful to position these correctly. Also, the slots tend to be a little snug, so you may have to ease them a bit for proper fit. Finally, in my case, I had to shorten the inboard vertical tabs so that they would seat correctly. Regardless of how complex the radome support looks, it's actually a piece of cake, utilizing a mere four pieces. This is the port side. And the starboard side. The rough area you see is dried liquid styrene that squeezed out during installation. It'll be cleaned up in due time. I shot some Dupli-Color Gray Primer over the area that would be covered by the installation of the radome support and then attended to any remaining seam flaws that might exist. After that, a final shot of primer and I was ready to install the support. Installation of the support is a little on the tricky side, but in this case patience is a virtue. As you can see, it does fit the way its supposed to. More than likely the four holes in the fuselage top will have to be 'adjusted' a tad with a #11 blade, but don't get too ambitious at one whack. Adjust and try is the watchword here. Looking down, you can see how everything finally fits the way it should. After all the solvent has dried, the support is sturdy enough to pick up the entire model with it. That's saying something when you consider how much lead this model takes to keep the nose down. One more thing: In case you're wondering about that collar that projects above the top of the support, it's supposed to be there. It's a spacer that allows the radome...both real and model...to rotate without binding on the top of the support. And for us, it has one other very useful benefit. Due to the way this kit is designed, not only will the radome rotate (by hand, of course), but it is also removable as long as you don't glue the shaft in. That's a real advantage when it comes to transporting the model and especially when shipping it to a client in another state.
  3. ju52junk

    Nakajima Ki 84 Hayate "Frank"

    Ki 84 Frank of . i like my WW2 Japanese aircraft with a factory fresh finish versus the worn/scuffed looked. Eduard PE cockpit, Eduard Canopy mask, True details resin wheels, WEM Colourcoats enamels, .3mm lead pencil for panel lines, Testors lacquer spray Semi-gloss.
  4. ju52junk

    F4U Corsair

    F4U Corsair. Eduard PE cockpit, Eduard canopy mask, Quick Boost resin exhausts. True details resin wheels. Aftermarket decals. Vallejo paint.
  5. ju52junk

    Nakajima J1N1 Gekko "Irving"

    Nakajima Gekko. Eduard Cockpit PE, Eduard canopy mask, True details resin wheels, WEM colourcoat enamel, .3mm lead pencil for panel lines, Testor model master lacquer spray semi-gloss.
  6. ju52junk

    Nakajima Ki-44 Shoki "Tojo"

    Nakajima Ki-44. Eduard Cockpit PE, Eduard canopy mask, True detail resin wheels, WEM colourcoat, Testor model master lacquer spray semi-gloss.
  7. ju52junk

    P40E

    This model is a P40E. The model represents a P40F (do not think there is much of an appearance difference. This plane represents a P40F of the 85th FS /79th FG, MTO, North Africa 1943(High Kicker). Vallejo paints, Eduard PE cockpit, Aries resin seat, Quick Boost exhaust pipes, Eduard canopy mask, Eduard Brassin resin 500lb bomb, CMK resin main wheels and tail wheel/tail wheel cover, CMK resin under carriage covers, AK panel line wash. Oops, just noticed the 500lb is crooked.
  8. ju52junk

    Long range Spitfire

    Awaiting for Eduard's IXc. Also, got some interesting KITS World decals for this bird. Will need to rob some bomb racks are tear drop drop tanks from Tamiya's P -51. Evidently, the US obtained 2 aircraft from the Brits for long range experiments that flew out of Wright field. I think the aircraft were only used for experiments. Hopefully, I will will have this model built in a month or two. the left tire looks a little flat to me. This is the plane without the nose art.
  9. ju52junk

    Hobby Boss BV 141

    The hobby boss is going to be an easy build. I got a resin replacement propeller and all the Eduard PE and canopy mask. To me the kit seat looks awful. I would like to replace the kit seat with a resin replacement. Would a resin seat for the FW 190 work? And what about the cowling? I have read reviews about the kits cowling. Would a Ju88 cowling be a good replacement for the kit cowling?
  10. ju52junk

    C47 Dakota

    Considering this model was built 25 years ago, it is still in good shape.
  11. ju52junk

    BV 141 Build Part 1

    Starting the build on the BV 141. Got the assembly line fired up. At the same time I am building the Hasegawa P-40E and the Tamiya IL2. So many models to build, so little time. The BV 141 Is a nice kit to build, few parts, no fit problems so far. And all the clear parts were individually wrapped to prevent scratching. I hate masking greenhouse canopies. but Eduard makes it a lot easier with their canopy masks. The interior for the cockpit calls out RLM66. I think this grey is too dark(could be wrong, maybe the real aircraft used RLM66). I will use RLM02 instead. Also, I don't like the pilots seat that came with the kit(not very detailed), so I will use a resin seat(not sure which type yet). I surprised the RLM even allowed a few to be made with this strange design. One thing that still do not understand is how the tail gunner(not dorsal gunner) fired his gun? The kit has a clear piece for the cockpit tail. The is no opening for the tail gun, so did the tail gunner have to open the glass to fire his gun? I read some kit reviews and they said the right wing was warped because of the packaging. My right wing looks okay. As you can see on the kit box the wings are somewhat gull shaped.
  12. ju52junk

    Kawanishi N1K1 Kyofu Tpye 11 "Rex"

    Tamiya's 1/48 N1K1. Eduard PE cockpit, Eduard canopy mask, Vallejo paint. Used a lead pencil for the panel lines. I wish Tamiya would use a duller red for the Hinomarus.
  13. I have been putting off building the new 1/48 scale Airfix Walrus. Rigging a biplane scares me to death! I sure this question has been asked many times? I searched the Web for the best/easiest way to rig a biplane in 1/48 scale. I could try drilling a hole putting the rigging wire through(EZ line) and using Superglue to hold the line in the hole. Drilling a dimple on the bottom wing and then Superglueing the EZ line (pulling it taunt) in the dimple. Is this best/easiest way to rig? Should the rigging be done after painting and decals are put on? If so, how are the dimples handled? I do not want to ruin the paint work by filling and sanding the dimple. Anyone have any ideas on how I should go about this? Thanks.
  14. Selling the last released detailing sets of Metallic Details: SR-71 Blackbird. Landing gears (Testors/Italeri) in scale 1/48 - $50.00 Set contains resin and photoetched parts for detailing of central and front landing gears: wheel wells, struts, wheels, landing gear doors. Detailing set for Zvezda kit "Boeing 737" in scale 1/144 - $13.55 Set contains parts for detailing the exterior of the aircraft. Detailing set for Zvezda kit "Boeing 767" in scale 1/144 - $13.55 Set contains parts for detailing the exterior of the aircraft. Detailing set for aircraft model Boeing 747 (Revell) in scale 1/144 - $27.00 Set contains parts for detailing the exterior of the aircraft. Ejection seat K-36DM in scale 1/72 - $4.00 The set contains resin (5 pcs) and photoetched (8 pcs) parts to build 1 seat. MiG-23. Jet nozzle (Trumpeter) in scale 1/48 - $17.00 Set contains 9 resin parts. Two versions in one set. MiG-25 RB/RBT. Jet nozzles (ICM) in scale 1/48 - $22.00 Set contains 14 resin parts.
  15. ju52junk

    HELP!

    I need help in locating resin tires to replace those rubber tires that come with Trumpter's AD3 Skywarrior. I know Steel Beach made some but are OOP. Thanks.
  16. JJModels

    P-47N Thunderbolt Academy 1/48

    Hello friends Here I bring you one of the main fighters that the United States used in the Second World War. It is the P-47 Thunderbolt in its long-range N version. It is made of the brand Academy at 1/48 scale. Greetings and I hope you like it
  17. Hello friends Being the first jet fighter jet in the world to enter service, my duty had to be to have it in my collection. Although it was late his introduction in service could have recovered the air supremacy for the Luftwaffe in the Second World War. The model is from the Revell brand at 1/48 scale. Greetings and I hope you like mates
  18. Good friends Here I bring you one of my first dioramas that I made several years ago. The main model is the F-16C Fighter Fighting Falcon which is being reviewed by operators. The whole set is made to 1/48 scale of the Hasegawa brand. To make this representation I wanted to include a set of missiles and another of track technicians. Greetings and I hope you like it
  19. Selling the last released detailing sets of Metallic Details: MiG-29. Jet nozzles (Great Wall Hobby) in scale 1/48 - $32.00 Set contains resin (8 pcs) and photoetched parts. Detailing set for aircraft model Douglas MD-11 (MikroMir) in scale 1/144 - $39.60Set contains photoetched plate and film with a color dashboard. Detailing set for aircraft model Vickers VC10 (Roden) in scale 1/144 - $19.00Set contains parts for detailing the exterior of the aircraft. Detailing set for helicopter model AH-64 Apache LongBow (1/48) - $65.00 AH-64 Apache. Tail support (1/48) - $15.30 AH-64 Apache. Exhaust Pipes (1/48) - $16.50 AH-64 Apache. LongBow Radar (1/48) - $10.50 AGM-114 Hellfire (1/48) - $35.00 Sets contain resin and photoetched parts. Harrier GR7/GR9. Swiveling nozzles and outrigger wheels (1/48) - $20.50 Harrier GR7/GR9. Swiveling nozzles and outrigger wheels (1/72) - $15.50 Sets contain 10 resin and 4 photoetched parts. F-18F. Advanced Crew Station rear cockpit in scale 1/48 - $7.35Set contains resin parts (2 pcs). Su-27. Jet nozzles (1/48, Academy) - $32.00 Su-27. Jet nozzles (1/72, Zvezda, Hasegawa, Hobbyboss) - $16.50 Sets contain resin parts (10 pcs).
  20. Selling the best sets (consumer rating) of Metallic Details: MD14405 Detailing set for Zvezda kit "Boeing 777-300 ER" (1/144, Zvezda, Photoetched) - $13.56 (+$7.30 cost of delivery)Set contains parts for detailing the exterior of the aircraft. The set contains: 1 sheet - 90*67 mm. MD14404 Detailing set for Zvezda kit "Boeing 787-8 Dreamliner" (1/144, Zvezda, Photoetched) - $11.00 (+$7.30 cost of delivery) Set contains parts for detailing the exterior of the aircraft. The set contains: 1 sheet - 90*65 mm. MDR4802 Nose cone for model aircraft MiG-23 (1/48, Trumpeter, Resin) - $8.47 (+$7.30 cost of delivery) Designed for correcting the shape of the nose cone MD4816 SR-71 Blackbird. Grides and jet nozzles (1/48, Testors/Italeri, Photoetched) - $48.00 (+$7.30 cost of delivery) Set contains: 1 sheet - 113*136 mm, 1 sheet - 52*136 mm. MDR4804 SR-71 Blackbird. Inlet cone (1/48, Testors/Italeri, Resin) - $54.00 (+$8.50 cost of delivery) Set contains 8 parts to assemble 2 inlet cones MD7204 Detailing set for aircraft model B-29. Engine cars (1/72, Academy, Resin and Photoetched) - $30.00 (+$7.30 cost of delivery) 4 x Engine 8 x Compressor exhaust 2 x Landing gear bays MD14401 Detailing set for aircraft Airbus A319 (1/144, Revell, Photoetched) - $12.00 (+$7.30 cost of delivery) Set contains parts for detailing the engines, fold chassis, sensors, winglets, wipers of the aircraft. MDR4801 Nose cone for model Su-27 (1/48, Academy, Resin) - $5.00 (+$7.30 cost of delivery) Designed for correcting the shape of the nose cone model ssli> MD7202 Detailing set for aircraft Su-27 (1/72, Zvezda, Photoetched) - $7.20 (+$7.30 cost of delivery) ‚Äč MD4805 Detailing set for aircraft model B-29. Engine cars (1/48, Revell/Monogram, Resin and Photoetched) - $50.00 (+$7.30 cost of delivery) 4 x Engine 8 x Compressor exhaust 2 x Landing gear bays Payment: only PayPal (only prepay - Price + Cost of delivery). Delivery: Worldwide. Combined order.
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