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Eduard Bunny Club Bf 110 C6 Limit/ ZG 26 Derna Lybien 1942

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the Bf 110 C6 from Eduard Bunny Club Limit, the kit is part of the first edition of Eduard Bf 110 and that means a headache for a long time
some extras then I have to Profi-kit yet bought separately or built scratch
Weapon barrels MG 17 for the nose
Ring antenna aluminum sheet
Antenna EZ Line



28. March 2016 at 14:15:47 Share
Christian Lehmann Sieht toll aus. Habe den Kit auch noch im stash. War der Einbau der 3 cm problemlos ?
28. March 2016 at 18:29:49
Jens Hallo Christian :) gute Frage :D nein , die Montage war bis zum einfügen der Lafette und Halterung von Unten ok, nur dann fehlte plötzlich der Platz, erst bin ich nicht ins Kanzelinnere gekommen und dann fehlten nach Hinten zum Sitz des Bordfunkers ca 4 mm, da aber der Grossteil der Kanzel alles abdeckt , ich bin leider kein Handwerker :D ,und so war schnell der Platz geschaffen :D :D :D
28. March 2016 at 18:47:53
Christian Lehmann Hattest du das vorher mal trocken zusammengebaut oder dich darauf verlassen, daß alles passt?
28. March 2016 at 18:58:41
Jens ich hab mich einfach drauf verlassen, der komplette Rumpf müsste ja dafür zusammen sein, da war ich wohl nicht anspruchsvoll genug und hatte auch keine echte Idee wie man das ohne Kleber verwirklichen könnte, ich hatte mehr die Mündung im Auge , weil der Einbau geht auch nicht ohne Spachtel ab
28. March 2016 at 19:08:27
Kerber Nice one! I like this rare-cannon version, and the camouflage too!
28. March 2016 at 19:35:47
Clifford Keesler Very nice Jens.
28. March 2016 at 20:37:55
Jens thanks for the kind words :)
29. March 2016 at 04:48:24
Cristian Bordina Wonderful job Jens. I love this German planes with "italian" camo scheme :D
29. March 2016 at 06:56:23
Jens Thanks for the compliment, but the ZG 26 had very own developed by the German camouflage schemes, copied at the first Bf 109 E versions over Africa
29. March 2016 at 07:10:43
Cristian Bordina Ah ah ah Jens I'm joking. Italian tropical scheme with light nut brown 4 (nocciola chiaro 4), green little snakes and white band on fuselage is very similar to german camo (perhaps to not make mess between italian and german tropical planes).
29. March 2016 at 07:29:47
Jens yes true so, but are rooted much older, and born in the Spanish Civil War, where the first experiments with the scheme of the nationalists have been made, who had outstanding success and was then taken over by the Italians to the CR 32 and 42 quickly
29. March 2016 at 07:57:17
Bart Goesaert nice build and paintjob... love the effect of the smokestain on the tails
29. March 2016 at 08:17:02
Jens Thanks Bart :), and sorry for my english Google,
I am glad that the 110 finally the table is that were weeks with many headaches :D
29. March 2016 at 08:20:34
Cristian Bordina Thanks Jens for the info :)
29. March 2016 at 08:25:17
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