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Derek Jordan (theplasticadvocate)
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Italeri JU 87 B-2 Stuka

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21. August 2016, 02:50
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Donald Dickson II
This is my absolute favorite German WWII AC.
21. August 2016, 04:35
Chris Parsons
One full day into the build and it already looks like an aeroplane?! Amazing!
21. August 2016, 06:01
Patrick Hagelstein
A nice looking cockpit!
21. August 2016, 08:02
Spanjaard
nice, i just received mine a few days ago (tamiya rebox), so i am really interesting
21. August 2016, 10:12
Erik Leijdens
That is a good looking cockpit👍
21. August 2016, 13:11
Derek Jordan
To be fair, I started at 8pm Friday night, built until midnight. Then worked from 10am until about 10pm on Saturday. I do think the cockpit came out pretty well. Thanks all for the compliments.

It's not a bad kit. It has more flash than I would like, especially from a "new tool" kit, but not bad.
21. August 2016, 16:36
Soeren .
Really nice start!
21. August 2016, 16:37
Patrick Hagelstein
That's a quick build! :-o
21. August 2016, 22:01
Bart Goesaert
splendid cockpit... what more can be said...
22. August 2016, 10:09
Derek Jordan
I don't believe it is. I understand that it is a new tool Italeri mold. And, the quality is definitely not Tamiya.
25. August 2016, 03:21
Spanjaard
Tamiya reboxed the Italeri kit. i have the "tamiya" and it said clearly "aircraft parts are product of Italeri".
Tamiya added some decals, bomb cart. but everything else is Italeri.
25. August 2016, 16:14
Derek Jordan
Spanjaard, would you be interested in selling me a part out of yours? I'll pay enough for you to get a replacement from Tamiya/Italeri. I already have another Italeri kit waiting on parts from Italy (12 weeks), and don't want to wait that long for this one.
25. August 2016, 21:53
Spanjaard
sorry, but i rather not. I can suggest to buy it from gundam in Japan. i got the tamiya one for the price of the italeri. then maybe you can sell the parts you do not need.
25. August 2016, 22:07
Derek Jordan
Thanks anyway. I'll just order the replacement parts.
26. August 2016, 00:13
Roy McKenzie
Looks great so far. Too bad you had to cover up the engine.
30. August 2016, 02:18
Derek Jordan
Roy, I agree. Although, if the engine was to be left exposed it needed much more work. I did that much just to assure that I got enough of it painted that could be seen.
30. August 2016, 06:24
Clifford Keesler
A nice looking WWII aircraft.
20. September 2016, 19:58
Spanjaard
i hope you got all your replacement parts at the end. it is going really well.
20. September 2016, 20:50
Bryn Crandell
One of my favorite WWII German A/C. Nice job so far. Keep'em coming.
21. September 2016, 11:51
Derek Jordan
Thanks everyone! She's getting close, but will be put on hold while Italeri decides to send the canopy.
23. September 2016, 05:18
Clifford Keesler
Airfix is releasing a new tool one later this year, from what I have seen, it is going to be nice. I believe it is now aviabale for pre-order from Airfix USA.
24. September 2016, 14:33
Derek Jordan
Clifford, that's interesting news. But, it's too late for me. I can't imagine I'll be doing a Stuka again anytime soon. 🙂
25. September 2016, 03:37
Erik Leijdens
Coming along very nice! 👍
25. September 2016, 07:11
Clifford Keesler
Your's is looking good.I will be grabbing up the new Stuka and their New P-40, they both look very nice.
26. September 2016, 13:34
Roy McKenzie
It's looking great.
28. September 2016, 11:37
Joey M
Looking like a real beaut she is!
28. September 2016, 17:17
Donald Dickson II
Wow! Very nice!
30. September 2016, 07:21
Spanjaard
excellent result. i will keep this album as reference for my own Stuka.
25. October 2016, 08:50
Clifford Keesler
EXCELLENT JOB SIR!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
25. October 2016, 19:38
Derek Jordan
Thanks!!! I'm pretty proud of it.
26. October 2016, 03:12
Donald Dickson II
As you should be! Great job!
26. October 2016, 13:53

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