MB 151 1/48 Dora Wings
Great kit , but it does require limited run kit building skills known as putty and sanding. The putty is not to remedy bad fitting parts, on the contrary the parts fit is quite good, it is to fill panel lines that due to the excellent kit engineering making sharp wing trailing wing edges and clean/ tight wing roots possible. I used the Hataka Red Range French paint. These paints, in my opinion are excellent not only in ease of use but also color accuracy. The auxiliary gun sight was scratched using the kit photo etched ring with plastic strip and rod. The open canopy was done by combining the kit parts with an old FM kit canopy modified to fit. Eduard seat belts replaced the kit items.
The model represents a kit option on the decal sheet. It’s an aircraft from GC II/I0 Rouen-Boos, March 1940. Pilot was S/Lt Ellis.
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