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JU 86 E-2 02 Nov 2019 23:27 #37

So it is that we move to the next episode of this build

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Cheers, christian B)

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JU 86 E-2 03 Nov 2019 05:53 #38

:hmmm :popcorn Unusual and interesting.
You never see one of these being built and you surely have some work ahead. Great build though.

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JU 86 E-2 03 Nov 2019 07:30 #39

:popcorn
I told you photobucket sucks...



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JU 86 E-2 03 Nov 2019 07:47 #40

phantom II wrote:
And then... :soldier

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You can tell it's German engineering . Hard to place all parts in one place :rotf

Cheers , Christian B)

Nice job on the engines Christian! Is it just me though, or does the starboard wing look really off in this picture?

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JU 86 E-2 03 Nov 2019 16:32 #41

sharkman wrote:
phantom II wrote:
And then... :soldier

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You can tell it's German engineering . Hard to place all parts in one place :rotf

Cheers , Christian B)

Nice job on the engines Christian! Is it just me though, or does the starboard wing look really off in this picture?

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No problems Warren . It's just all cobbled together so I could get some sort of idea how it will appear .
That's why I was kidding about German engineering . Always too many parts :rotf . It need the belly pan in before the wings can be installed .

Cheers, C B)

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JU 86 E-2 03 Nov 2019 16:37 #42

Trying to sort out how a number of interior pieces were made to go together . Not the greatest design Or instructions... :soldier

In the meantime I decided to make the exhaust since the kit is pretty much lacking it.

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JU 86 E-2 03 Nov 2019 16:48 #43

:popcorn
I told you photobucket sucks...



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JU 86 E-2 03 Nov 2019 16:52 #44

Looking good! :good
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JU 86 E-2 06 Nov 2019 13:24 #45

Playing with the interior parts over the weekend . Rather interesting . Most of them are hints and suggestion .

In the end , the piece displayed is not long enough to bridge the gap between the bulkhead and the fuselage .

That said , I made one from card stock. After four attempts I got a near fit , so I'm gonna doctor it and paint it.

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Another near fit . :idonno Had to add some sprue there as well.

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JU 86 E-2 06 Nov 2019 14:18 #46

Nice, fun when parts are just a suggestion.
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JU 86 E-2 06 Nov 2019 14:41 #47

Limited run kits can be a real challenge to build and always have issues. The positive note is that not many folks ever build or finish them so you will have something quite unique when fiinished.

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JU 86 E-2 06 Nov 2019 14:56 #48

Hints, allegations and things left unsaid. Great album, not so great for instructions.
Glad you're making progress.
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