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Stefan Blaubar10/01/2017 08:53:03
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Mick,

Puh, this cockpit is looking great, even with seatbelts! Enjoy the assembly,

/Stefan

Mick Charlesworth10/01/2017 16:32:27
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Many thanks Stefan, just one more shift at work then I can crack on.

Mick

Stefan Blaubar10/01/2017 18:13:39
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Mick,

that's good news^^.

/Stefan

jimbo10/01/2017 18:31:10
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Hi Mick

Out of your comfort zone but good on yer. Weekend Edition .... thinking .... maybe if you don't eat or sleep. The cockpit looks very nice and the seat belts are indeed a real bonus. The Eduard kits seem to have good reviews.

Jim

Steve Jones 1210/01/2017 19:15:00
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Mick

Well the guys have said it all! A great start on what is turning into a cracking little flyer. Keep up the great work

Steve

Mick Charlesworth11/01/2017 19:58:31
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Thanks Jim and Steve. The paint has arrived today and I've finished work for 7 days so I'm hoping to progress.

Mick

Mick Charlesworth12/01/2017 15:42:42
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It's now officially a wingy thing 😁

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john hutton12/01/2017 16:16:21
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Mick,

All looking very nice sir thumbs up . Doing my first Eduard plane , although it is 40 or so years before yours. they certainly go full on with the etch indecision don`t they ? I have always laughed when seeing W/E edition ! it can take that long for primer to cure wink 2. Following along thumbs up.

John.

Tony Dill 212/01/2017 16:58:12
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Hi Mick,

This is a great model of a great aircraft and according to all accounts, Eduards is the top of the class at present, so you should expect a great result.

I am in on this,

Tonysmile d

Mick Charlesworth13/01/2017 18:37:00
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John I totally agree, I would have to spend the full 48 hours sat at my desk and even then I probably wouldn't finish.

Tony great to have you along as well, it is a great little model but it is out of my comfort zone as I prefer 1/48 or bigger.

Mick

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