Polikarpow I-16 from Halinski bulid.

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  1. JaCkyL

    JaCkyL Active Member

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    Hello :mrgreen:
    This is my model before Jak-1b form Halinski. Totaly experimental bulid.
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  2. Lex

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    All those rivets... you call THAT experimental ?!!! :D
  3. Wily

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    When I look at craftsmanship like that, I'm tempted to quit cardmodeling and take up something I can truly succeed at...such as banging blocks of wood together.

    wow!
  4. Flugzeug

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    Superb!!! :thumb:
  5. JaCkyL

    JaCkyL Active Member

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    Hello :mrgreen: Inside :twisted:
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  6. Runkle

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    Wow, vary clean work. Unseen detail is the best part... your little secret.

    Can't wait to see the rest of the build.

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  7. The Hermit

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    greatjob i love the detail
  8. josve

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    Really nice and clean work!!
  9. JaCkyL

    JaCkyL Active Member

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    Hello :mrgreen: Inside the Monster :twisted:
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  10. Tim Crowe

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    Great build!

    Wouldn't want to pilot the plane though, with that fuel tank so close - don't suppose they had much choice.

    I have two Halinski kits to build (Mustang & Thunderbolt) starting to think i'm not worthy - not yet anyway.

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  11. How often do you have to see your therapist?

    What did you use for the fuel lines and rods on the engine? This model is truly beautiful.
  12. JaCkyL

    JaCkyL Active Member

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    Hello :mrgreen: Last part of inside the monster :twisted:
    Grosz is largeness similar 1 cent.
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  13. JaCkyL

    JaCkyL Active Member

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    Sorry, please delete this post.
  14. dansls1

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    She's a beaut! Great job on the detail bits!
  15. Wily

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    Staggering...wonderful!

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  16. pahorace

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    This work is magnificent! There is much to learn! Thanks JaCkyL.
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    It leads me to think: :rolleyes:
    - The care of the interior is a reason of pride for modellers. But, I ask myself, is a sin have to cover everything. It will be difficult to admire the whole work.

    Orazio
  17. JaCkyL

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    Hello :twisted: Protection of engine
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    Last look on engine
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  18. Elliott

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    My word! It's truly a shame to have to cover up your magnificent work. You do have the pictures though. Thank you for letting us watch a master at work.

    By the way......are you blind yet? :p
  19. Stev0

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    Yes... to cover up all that engine work is rather silly to be honest.
  20. JaCkyL

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    Hello :mrgreen: This time - wings.
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