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Old 10-15-2009, 03:57 AM
Maddux Maddux is offline
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LWS Late Version - Hobby Boss - WIP

Nice kit, but need a few changes
Hello to all, because camera
not working I could not make a real WIP, but I will try to be as comprehensive as possible.

The dome observation I had to perform a series of
interventions to make it more faithful to reality. I added a
support and a "foil" front. I also added that species
structure of tables on the floor of the fireplace inside.

The back door led to the realization of all
structure of the mechanism of opening and closing. Indeed evidence
some of that structure I have not found (books and web), but I
Favorite: 1-insert personal taste, 2-enter in order to enrich
model, 3-inserted because I believe that in one way or another
they were going to have something for their closure.

The front doors have instead received only a few
details to get rich. I found that some photos do not
there were special facilities closing (levers, hooks, etc..)
I have therefore not been added.

This structure, which I have no idea what could serve, is
in some photos of both the model that I was inspired (234-recovered
by the British at the end of war), both on the model Bronco and I have
decided to insert it. The two hooks in gray come from a box

The chimney interior has requested the creation of a support
what it was I do not know. In Bronco model it's shows
with MP40 above but in other models on the web it's with fire extinguisher. The 234 captured
shows empty, whereas it is the model that inspired me and
I intend to make, I left it empty. I added
that structure to "Half Moon" that I do not know what to serve. I tell you right
now that the fireplace itself is not finished.

The seats were changed in the structure realizing
the four legs instead of that horrible thing that had full
those of the HB. I then, with various grained sandpaper,
made to simulate the structure of the folds in the leather or what

The pedals were made in full.

The rear access needed the mezzanine floor (made with
plasticards) and that structure (a tube?) on itself
made with a piece of print that held the pieces of the Kit
Sandpaper until you get to have one half.

The footings were enriched in the external partition.

The tracks are those of the Bronco specific for HB (smart ones
Bronco). Not bad but need a cleaning job "very
very very time consuming.

Everything you see in white comes from EverGreen I worked.

P.S. The signs of extractors on the cabin sky were not
eliminated as completely invisible to the finished model. I
therefore chosen to focus on parts more visible.

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Old 10-15-2009, 07:22 AM
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nice job!!!!
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Old 10-16-2009, 08:43 AM
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Looks nice, can't wait see it in paint
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Old 10-16-2009, 05:52 PM
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Looking good...
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