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Old 05-31-2011, 07:46 PM
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Another Dornier 335...just for fun. Turn up the sound and enjoy.
It was in another thread...is that wrong?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z_5TmC94BF0

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That thing is Bad *****!!! I love that plane. Maybe electric is the way to go. I may have been convinced. Have you gotten a speed? Maybe someone can check the vid and let us know. For a plane of that size, that is really moving. Great job.
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Another Dornier 335...just for fun. Turn up the sound and enjoy.
It was in another thread...is that wrong?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z_5TmC94BF0

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That thing is Bad *****!!! I love that plane. Maybe electric is the way to go. I may have been convinced. Have you gotten a speed? Maybe someone can check the vid and let us know. For a plane of that size, that is really moving. Great job.
The plane was dopplered at 100mph. Pretty amazing. It surprised us a bit...for a 35 pound electric warbird. Flights will be in the 7-8 minute range we think. Lipos were cool to the touch on landing.

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Old 05-31-2011, 09:06 PM
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Here our v2 of the Pfeil, the photo shown earlier is the same plane but then during his Overhaul.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=601kBYAV54Y
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Old 06-01-2011, 06:14 PM
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man you guys are putting together some nice Luftwaffe birds!
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Old 06-01-2011, 06:44 PM
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2 more from the Burley Flugwerks.

Pandis' new F86 colors

my knock around H9 Jug in captured colors.

up next, another F86 in Hartman scheme

and a Platinum 109 working on final paint scheme
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Old 06-02-2011, 02:14 AM
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Very very cool Todd!! Whats on deck for the 109 scheme? Will you venture away from JG54?
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Now I see what you've been doing with your time Todd! Nice indeed

I hear you've started a trend for "flugwerks"

Lol

Casey

No fair now, that's how I was painting my F-86....


Well I'm sure mine won't turn out as nice!
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Hey pandi,

How's your 109 doing? All better now I hope!

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The 109 "Rita" was David Pearsons. I think he did the cosmetic repairs and just waiting on a new Retract part. I'm sure he will have her out again.
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Oops, that's right! Sorry, you guys down south all have your own Luftwaffe!

So many nice planes

Lol

...so How's that 262?


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Now I see what you've been doing with your time Todd! Nice indeed

I hear you've started a trend for ''flugwerks''

Lol

Casey
thanks Casey, there are those that lead, and those
that "follow" and make up stuff along the way.
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Very very cool Todd!! Whats on deck for the 109 scheme? Will you venture away from JG54?
dont exactly know yet Rich. George has a couple schemes
picked out, one being Bartels, but he is still looking over
schemes to finalize which way to go?
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glad to seea Luftwaffe expert is on board! I have a question for you...

there was an OKL technical order from ABIOC dated 12/31/44, that stated Stab II./JG53 was to incorperate
a black fuselage band by no later then 1100 hours 12/31/44. do you know the specified width
of the band? and theapproximate location of it? I assume the band was for Operation Bodenplatte,
correct? if so, then there were simular orders issued to the units involved I assume. thanks in advance!

very nice P-47 by the way!
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Old 06-03-2011, 07:12 PM
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Here is my highly modified Holman / Don Lein 1/5 FW-190... I'm waiting on the prop from solo to show up, then have to balance it and fix the canopy opening mechanism (tomorrow) then it will be ready for test runs and maiden. Then i can finish up the rest of the details I haven't done yet. lol





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love that scheme thomas nice work
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Ditto bro!

Very nice, you should be proud! I can't believe this is you first prop warbird in a while...

Could have fooled me!

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Burley....tell me you didnt use a World Models Pilot in the captured P-47????
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Burley....tell me you didnt use a World Models Pilot in the captured P-47????
I cannot tell a lie

it was all I had at the time

he will be replaced
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Amazing work Thomas! Puts my ESM eFW-190 to shame!


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blah, blah, blah....
hey, hey.. nevermind found the answer....

" to differentiate them better in the air, , are to be marked with a black band round the 6th or 7th section of the
fuselage fuselage about 45 cm. wide. Any “Ace of Spades” markings including those on M/T are to be removed.
"

butthe a/c seen in that unit used 90cm band from station 6 through 8. and most retained there " A of S " gruppe
badging.

was this justa case of theunits technical officer interpeting the order his own way? or was he just......

" making it up as they go " ??????
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Thanks guys. I guess i need to gut the pilot of his skeleton, and make up a wire-frame and styro-foam one so the girl will have a pilot.
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Graupner HE-111
nice! that'll be the next one I do.. an HE-111

here's my Bf109G-14.. from Experten Flugwerks... had to belly land, lots of parts got blown off in a dogfight.
the stabs, rudder, exhaust dumps, prop.. etc. tough old WarBird
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Here are some pics of my Bf110, who won the price for The Best Multiengined airplane at our British Wings and Wheels meeting this weekend
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awesome! congrats!
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Outstanding Invertmast!!!!!
What an awesome scheme,,, love that 'brown'

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