Kerry COX I love it really. as it is 'active/busy', and that always gets people to spend time looking at it, and that is good.
14. July 2015, 11:32
Steven Van Dyck That's a great base for your Sea King! I once made one too, so I can tell you about one little but important detail. If you fix the sponsons for the wings, you shouldn't clip the 2 spars extending into the fuselage. Watch this picture: [img1] . Doing so causes a slight deforation in the entire front undercarriage frame, causing the innermost tires to lose contact with the floor. I corrected this in my build, but that was before I came to Scalemates: https://modelbrouwers.nl/php..180fb55d2a16417&start=50
David Taylor Nice build Marko,got a few in the stash.Did a HC4 conversion with one so the spare long sponson starboard will go to produce a HAS6.One question why did you crop the sponson spars.
28. October, 21:22
Steven Van Dyck I blame that on the manual, they should warn the builder that there should be some space between. At least in my Revell reboxing that wasn't clear at all. In the Hasegawa manual it's only hinted at in step 12, but that's pages before you assemble the sponsons.
That seems like a Chinook coming along too!
28. October, 22:27
Michael Phillips Nice blast from the past Marko! I want to build one of these now... Great work mate!
Jos Jansen Beautiful Harrier Marko...have the same in stash, yours will be a nice reference
16. July, 05:14
Marko Thanks guys, I'm glad You like it.
@Michael. The kit was very nice, no major issues. The fit is very good and everything fits ok. Definitely kit that I would recommend.
I don't know about kinetic since I didn't build any Kinetic Harriers.