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Bv 222 Dockwagen

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1:72 Towing Cars for BV 222 (Dockwagen) (CMK 7088)
 

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27. December 2017, 19:57
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Roland Sachsenhofer
Today I managed to glue and get all the 27 parts in place. I would like to give you an impression of the parts in rawness. Some filling was done, a little bit of sanding will follow before tomorrows spraying session.
27. December 2017, 20:01
Christian Bruer
Mhh, the Dockwagen will not be alone - or?
27. December 2017, 20:15
Roland Sachsenhofer
Well, not for long..... :)
There is a Bv 222 on my shelf begging to be build in the next months. I guess I can´t resist any longer. But in a first step, this Dockwagen will be finished!
27. December 2017, 20:22
Christian Lehmann
Wow, the next large size plane
27. December 2017, 20:28
Roland Sachsenhofer
Hi Christian! Oh yes, I am looking forward to it. But just for a change I will have to do a 1:32 and a 1:48 build in between :)
27. December 2017, 20:33
Christian Lehmann
O.k. large scale instead of large size. Next project will be large in any case
27. December 2017, 21:23
Roland Sachsenhofer
That´s very kind, Christian!
28. December 2017, 09:12
Benoit Mathier
Seamless transition from the B-47 to that? You're on a good run. Looking forward to see this one - very promising after your last build.
28. December 2017, 09:50
Roland Sachsenhofer
Thank you Benoit! The Bv 222 itself is number five in my to-do-list.... :)
28. December 2017, 10:57
Benoit Mathier
Number five out of?.... :-P
28. December 2017, 11:39
Burkhard D
Cannot wait to see the BV222 going! 8)
28. December 2017, 11:42
Alec K
Same here . The dockwagen looks great.
28. December 2017, 13:51
Roland Sachsenhofer
Okay, your interest let the Bv 222 move forward on my to-do-list....
Starting soon I guess!
28. December 2017, 14:58
Christian Bruer
Sounds interesting
28. December 2017, 18:27
Roland Sachsenhofer
Thanks Christian! I am waiting for delivery of Vallejos RLM 72 and 73. I will give them a try -and then the Bv 222 a go.
29. December 2017, 09:06
Cuajete
Hi Roland. Here you have another follower waiting to see that BV-222 start
29. December 2017, 12:17
Roland Sachsenhofer
That´s a great pleasure to me! Welcome :)
29. December 2017, 17:21
Roland Sachsenhofer
The "Dockwagen" is finished, that was quite a little change to "something unusual" for me. It was a pretty nice and not too complex build :) And a usueful addition to any Bv 222 project, of course!
31. December 2017, 08:43
Erik Leijdens
Your dockwagen turned out great Roland. Looking forward to your Bv-222 build.
31. December 2017, 08:46
Roland Sachsenhofer
Hi Erik, thank you mate!
31. December 2017, 08:46
Cuajete
Well done, Roland! Happy New Year.
31. December 2017, 19:04
Roland Sachsenhofer
Happy new year to you, Cuajete ....... and all mates the worl over! :)
31. December 2017, 21:47
Benoit Mathier
Looking great! - and somehow these colors / weathering reflect WWII ambiance to me. What are the railings made of?
1. January 2018, 20:45
Roland Sachsenhofer
Thank you very much Benoit! I tried to give the "Dockwagen" a not too exaggerated look concerning wear and tear. But it should be clear on the first glance that it is being used constantly :)
The railings- stanchions as the horizontal "ropes"- are kit parts being made of etched metal.
2. January 2018, 07:29
carrey
Looking very good! Are there any drawings, schemes, detail pictures of this beast? Will try to scratchbuild one. I don't get the idea how is it steered if pulled by one point only.
7. January 2018, 13:44
Roland Sachsenhofer
Hi Carrey; I am afraid but I can provide no further information whatsoever. For a short while I tried to get some information about that "trolley", mainly because I was interested in the tool systems obviously attached to its frame, but I did not manage to get any information about that. Sorry, mate- and good luck with you scratchbuild I will certainly follow!
9. January 2018, 13:05

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