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Converting a Revell HE-111 into a CASA 2.111 by using engine nacelles from a Lanc and other basic scratch building techniques.
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First of all, welcome to this great community, Espen @espentjetland
That is an impressive conversion, fitting seems very nice.
Looking forward to the end result.
Great work! Scratch building always offers a challenge, can't describe the feeling when it's finished! Welcome to the most positive and rewarding modeling community on the WWW @espentjetland
Gonna be super-neat when done. Can't wait to see the bird ready to fly.
Wow! A 1/32 Heinkel. I didn't know Revell made such a thing. Great project.
This us an amazing job so far, Espen!
What an ingenious conversion!
Looking forward to your progress.
You really have a "thing" for Spanish conversions of German airframes in 1/32, don't you, Espen? 🙂
For those who don't know Espen, he is the guy behind the new and really nice 1/32 resin conversion sets for Spanish 109s. When he's not doing that, he's also the guy who flies the Norwegian Spitfire IX - we should all have such tough lives. 🙂
Thank you for kind words everybody. Working on the top turret now, instrumet panel will aso require a lot of research as this will be a right side panel and not a top panel as on most HE-111s
That's a great project! Looking forward to it.
Really think this will be a neat conversion. Think in the early eighties I got to see the CAF's example when it came to the Combat Air Museum in Topeka, KS. Sorry but don't have any pics. If it's any help though, seem to remember an interior shot in the "Battle of Britan" movie that showed the instrument panel really well but it's been awhile since I've seen the movie.
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