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Hurricane Mk.IIC 'King's Cup Air Race'

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This album is attached to project Hurricane Mk.IIC 'King's Cup Air Race'.

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1:48 Hurricane Mk.IIC 'King's Cup Air Race' (Hasegawa 09967)
 

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12. May at 19:20:36 Share
Roland Sachsenhofer This is going to be a straight forward build, Hasegawa kit parts are a pure joy to assemble! They only modifications necessary is narrowing the cowling around the exhausts, because this racing- Hurricane got a pair of exhausts similar to those on Spitfires. This is done with putty and small sheets of plastic card for an accurate boundary. Another modification concerns the antenna- just not assembling the antenna mast and sanding down the fuselage back.
12. May at 19:28:14
Roland Sachsenhofer A few pictures of the actual state of the racing-Hurricane: all surfaces have been prepared, filled and sanded to get the preshading applied. "De-militarization" had caused minor filling and sanding work.
21. May at 16:36:12
Roland Sachsenhofer With it´s coat of preshading the Hurricane looks still rather military- but I am keen to let the glittering blue outfit follow!
26. May at 16:27:04
Roland Sachsenhofer The "King´s Cup" project has confronted me with the dilemma of creating a monochrome surface that is vivid and credible. I've already sanded down and re-applied the mixed shade twice. You can see the latest status here: now I hope to have provided enough "life" and to have prepared a satisfying last coat of paint.
1. June at 20:11:49
Gordon Sørensen Great looking project, Roland. That blue is quite dark, is any of the pre-shading going to be visible?
2. June at 02:22:35
Roland Sachsenhofer That is what I thought seeing the recommended shade of dark, tinted blue applied- and that was the cause to re-sand the whole surfaces. Meanwhile I can report that it does work: the resulting blue has a certain "depth" where the preshading can play its intended role.
Pictures of this Hurricane will follow soon.
2. June at 08:29:46
Chris Greathouse I'm on for the ride... looks good so far :)
2. June at 08:37:50
Roland Sachsenhofer Chris, thank you for your remark!
The decals are been applied- with the final surface color has been put on before of course. The result looks a little bit dusty in the photographs but should be turned into a quite elegant looking plane I guess! :)
2. June at 17:47:07
Roland Sachsenhofer I am very happy to announce the finish of this very special Hurricane: the last to have been produced, one of the last still flying, a film star… and it played its role in a great love that should not be.
I guess this deep blue and golden livery of Hawker turns this sturdy thoroughbred to something really elegant. And have you ever thought a Hurricane to be a racing bird?
I hope you like the outcome!
8. June at 18:36:44
Chris Greathouse That turned out awesome! The blue is gorgeous!
8. June at 19:39:51
Roland Sachsenhofer Thank you Chris! The Hurricat really looks great in blue, I think so too.
8. June at 20:06:11
Gordon Sørensen Looks great, Roland! That gold really offsets the blue nicely!
8. June at 21:01:31
Roland Sachsenhofer Thank you Gordon! The Fifties had sense for elegance!
9. June at 09:38:49
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