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Bryan W. Bernart
An alternative on an appropriate day.
When paint goes bad and decals go awry.
Never, never, never say die.
Cheers to all of you fellow inmates and assorted lunatics!
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Bernard E. Hackett, Jr. said on April 1, 2015
Brian, the code letters are aptly chosen. That was my thought when I saw the photo.
Ken Hammer said on April 1, 2015
This looks really cool!
Craig Abrahamson said on April 1, 2015
I like it….what’s the scale (looks to be pretty good size). WTF was the first thing I noticed as well. Nice paint work, too.
Frank Cronin said on April 2, 2015
Very cleaver, I like it.
Bryan W. Bernart said on April 2, 2015
Thanks, Frank, but Cleaver would never do this. He’s much too clever…
Well, we just won’t tell him.
Rob Pollock said on April 2, 2015
An inventive take on this subject. Now we just need a McLaren in the ‘winged red 1’ Geschwader emblem of 7./JG 1.
Just survival, Rob. Decals, which were extensive and had no aftermarket source, were fragile and exploded. An attempt (or three) at painting the fine details proved too difficult, even at 1/20 scale.
bob mack said on April 2, 2015
Gregor d said on April 2, 2015
I like the squadron “codes” 🙂
Always have a decal graveyard-you never know what you might need;)
Johannes Gerl said on April 2, 2015
Invasion stripes on rear wing means … beating Mercedes? ☺️
Bryan Bernart said on April 2, 2015
Not this year, I’m afraid.
Ramon R. Lomeli said on April 2, 2015
Bernd Müller said on April 3, 2015
Thats cool, Bryan, like it. 🙂
Simon Whitney said on April 3, 2015
A couple of 20 mm on the the front would help in passing.
Looks good though Bryan.
Richard Mcstay said on April 4, 2015
Why not! It’s amazing what you can do from the spares box.
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