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TOPIC: A SPECIAL BÜCKER, 1945 - CALLING IT DONE!

A SPECIAL BÜCKER, 1945 - CALLING IT DONE! 08 Feb 2019 22:54 #1

Hi all!

The model is in the 1/48 scale from Special Hobby.

A short run kit , no pin marks references in the wing and fuselage for glueing purposes, some resin pieces and very good photoetcheds

The real plane was used in the initial of WWII for training and liason duties , and the version that I chose to do was one that operated in the last days of conflict with four Panzerfausts in the wings, an extremely desperate actions against ground targets.

The camo was RLM 70 and 71 in the splinter pattern with RLM 65 undersides.Interior of the cockpoit was painted in RLM 66, medium grey.

Follow the first photos and I hope that you enjoy this my new project...






See you soon...Luiz
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A SPECIAL BÜCKER, 1945. 08 Feb 2019 23:49 #2



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A SPECIAL BÜCKER, 1945. 09 Feb 2019 06:35 #3

Looks good, that pilot keeps his work place tidy. :thumbsup



I know, I know, but I just couldn't resist.

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A SPECIAL BÜCKER, 1945. 17 Feb 2019 23:29 #4

Heavens Eagle wrote:




Thank you for the support, Paul!

Best!

Luiz.
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A SPECIAL BÜCKER, 1945. 17 Feb 2019 23:31 #5

Iron Mike wrote:
Looks good, that pilot keeps his work place tidy. :thumbsup



I know, I know, but I just couldn't resist.

:bgrin


Dear Mike.

I do not understand your comment, but coming from you I know it's a good thing :idonno :bgrin

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A SPECIAL BÜCKER, 1945. 17 Feb 2019 23:33 #6

Whoa! That's different!
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A SPECIAL BÜCKER, 1945...PIT,CAMO,WALKWAYS... 17 Feb 2019 23:39 #7

Hi all!...following with the Bücker

1 - The cockpit...












2- The camo...





3- Painting the walkways...















Hope you like it...the next step : the decals.

See you soon!

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A SPECIAL BÜCKER, 1945...PIT,CAMO,WALKWAYS... 18 Feb 2019 01:18 #8

That didn't take long!
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A SPECIAL BÜCKER, 1945...PIT,CAMO,WALKWAYS... 18 Feb 2019 05:22 #9

As usual excellent painting :thumbsup


I have an interesting book about these desperate panzerfaust armed buckner planes.

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A SPECIAL BÜCKER, 1945...PIT,CAMO,WALKWAYS... 18 Feb 2019 06:21 #10

Looking good! :thumbsup
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A SPECIAL BÜCKER, 1945...PIT,CAMO,WALKWAYS... 18 Feb 2019 07:07 #11

:pilot
"Damn they made me put out the candle"



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A SPECIAL BÜCKER, 1945...PIT,CAMO,WALKWAYS... 18 Feb 2019 07:19 #12

This is the same aircraft James Garner and Donald Pleasence tried to make their run to Switzerland in.

Looking good Luiz but what about that seam along the spine? Is that a panel line?
I told you photobucket sucks...



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