Free TSR2

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  3. Hans Christian

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    WOW!!!! I never thought of seeing this model, let alone build it!!!

    Thanks sir!!!

    BTW, I was reading the workbench review of the Airfix kit, when I thought if a card model ever existed for this airplane...

    I never thought that its out already!!! Thanks!!!
  4. Hans Christian

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    WOW!!!! I never thought of seeing this model, let alone build it!!!

    Thanks sir!!!

    BTW, I was reading the workbench review of the Airfix kit, when I thought if a card model ever existed for this airplane...

    I never thought that its out already!!! Thanks!!!
  5. barry

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    TSR2 wheels

    You can build what you've got this will be an addon I am not designing wheel wells however in spite of the pic at Cosford the doors hanging out are minscule the main doors retract back when the wheels are down and locked. I will try and design a roll up stick to look similar to the oleos
    it will look something like this now I have corrected the wheels. Also note the wheels are squashed heavily the two remaining airframes have no engines installed and are sitting too high so out with the putty.

    [​IMG]

    Evil looking bugger in black looks like it's gonna have you for breakfast
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    TSR2 wheels

    You can build what you've got this will be an addon I am not designing wheel wells however in spite of the pic at Cosford the doors hanging out are minscule the main doors retract back when the wheels are down and locked. I will try and design a roll up stick to look similar to the oleos
    it will look something like this now I have corrected the wheels. Also note the wheels are squashed heavily the two remaining airframes have no engines installed and are sitting too high so out with the putty.

    [​IMG]

    Evil looking bugger in black looks like it's gonna have you for breakfast
  7. Hueydriver

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    Very nice, Barry. Thanks very much......almost 50 years old and the machine still looks modern. Grouped with that elite club of the F-107 and Avro Arrow.
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    Very nice, Barry. Thanks very much......almost 50 years old and the machine still looks modern. Grouped with that elite club of the F-107 and Avro Arrow.
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    Yes indeed - British Engineering at it's best, unfortunately followed by British Politics working to it's normal level of incompetency :mad:
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    Yes indeed - British Engineering at it's best, unfortunately followed by British Politics working to it's normal level of incompetency :mad:
  11. Billy Leliveld

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    Hello Barry, Which scale is it in?
    Cheers, Billy
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    Hello Barry, Which scale is it in?
    Cheers, Billy
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    scale

    Hi Billy

    1/125 th don't ask me why it was convenient at the time I suppose it must be because I build ships. In real life I have a length of 89'

    barry
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    scale

    Hi Billy

    1/125 th don't ask me why it was convenient at the time I suppose it must be because I build ships. In real life I have a length of 89'

    barry
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    Thanks Barry, as a newbie to this hobbie i will try to do justice to this beautiful aircraft
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    Thanks sja if you manage to build it show us a picture. Just a tip the aft fuselage has to be done bit by bit after putting pva glue on the inside of the part and the edge I used thin masking tape to hold it in place. The last former you lever in to with a knife blade. Hope you have fun.
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    If you have enough afterburners, who needs wings ! Until you run out of fuel I suppose.
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    Thanks buddy