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This is my Heinkel He51W, very hard to assemble kit.
No major changes, is practically fact box.
Hope you like it.
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Tom Cleaver said on December 21, 2012
Given that that is the SH re-release of the first-release Classic Airframes He-51 with the misplaced mountings for the interplane struts, I have no doubt you had a very hard time doing this model, so you are definitely to be congratulated for slogging your way through to this excellent result.
Erik Wade Whipple said on December 21, 2012
This is one design that I think prefers floats over wheels. Nice job, Ricardo- that’s a very crisp build and marvelous finish.
Craig Abrahamson said on December 21, 2012
Always one to pile kudos on anyone who undertakes builds with multiple wings (AND copious amounts of rigging)…and this one looks right. Nice.
Charles Whall said on December 22, 2012
Gorgeous!! I love the finish you achieved and the photography is superb!
Keith Gabriel said on December 22, 2012
That is just perfect, going to add one to the stash after seeing your build.
Ricardo Dacoba said on December 22, 2012
Thank you very much for your comments guys.
Since I do not usually make biplanes, I got target just to finish, that’s why I did not major modifications or additions.
Tom, yes, it was quite difficult to bring to good port, the upper wing was made a banana and floats supports had to remake them from scratch.
Stephen W Towle said on December 22, 2012
Congratulations, a professional kit done to museum quality standards.There is nothing more to say.
Josef Blažek said on December 22, 2012
I built this kit before two years and I actually know how much is it problematic. Wonderful result after building this bad kit, Ricardo !! 😉
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