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    All things corrugated:





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    Very nice!

    I rarely use mine, since it is fairly tough. Hard to believe this baby had a whopping great hole in the side of the fuselage. Thank the gods for putty.


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    The Shapeways version, pilot by Peter Pig, decals Doms Decals





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    A set of very well executed models there chaps.
    I feel a need to produce one of these in the not too distant future.
    Rob.

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    Here is my work, Junkers Cl.I:
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    1/144 SRAM resin kit

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    Nice!

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    Another very well executed piece of work Michal.
    Where did you source your numbers and letters, or are they produced to go with the kit?
    Rob.

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    Rob, they are produced to go with the kit, yes.
    No. 1802/18 and 1803/18

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    Quote Originally Posted by 144sram View Post
    Rob, they are produced to go with the kit, yes.
    No. 1802/18 and 1803/18
    Thanks for the info Michal.
    Rob.

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    Here's my J.1 (shapeways)




    Ian

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    Another very well executed paint job Ian.
    Rob.

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    My pair, I thought I had posted these . . .






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    You have now Dave. You have now.
    Rob.

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    My Furniture Van. Having lumbered aloft, it's now heading for the front, and anything the RAF or French can throw at it. Reduced Aircraft Factory, with Vallejo Green-Gray and Sky Blue paint and Dom's Decals.

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    Hmm. Fantastic! Michal.... Your planes are simply awesome!

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    Nice to see something a bit different in the skies Darryl.
    Rob.
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    This is a Junkers J.10 CL.I based on a drawing on the inside front cover of "The Junkers Monoplanes" Number 187 which is part of a series of booklets on various aircraft. The caption on the drawing states: Junkers J.10 CL.I, 12921/18 was thought to operate with the Geschwader Sachenberg from the Peterfeld airfield operating over Kurland (Lithuania) in early 1919. Profile Publications Ltd, Leatherhead, Surrey, England, c.1967.

    The little bit of history I found is that the Kampfgeschwader Sachsenberg was a reconnaissance and combat operations unit formed from WW1 German pilots tasked to contest Russia’s attempt to conquer Lithuania and other Baltic states. In February 1919 they took over fifteen Junkers J9 fighters (DI) and fifteen J8 (CL.I) two-seaters. In addition, they obtained Fokker D.VIIs and Rumpler C.IVs.

    This is a Shapeways model by WoW; pilot and observer by Reduced Aircraft Factory; paints by Humbrol and Testors; decals by Miscellaneous Miniatures.
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    Good to see this thread get some attention
    Looks great, Craig! REP

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    Lovely painting.

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    Nice job, Craig.
    I have a couple SWs Cl.Is to paint up sometime.
    I did read somewhere that the Kampfgeschwader Sachsenberg found the Junkers particularly useful, since they could be parked outside without ill effect,
    saving looking for building to use as hangers.
    Karl
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    I like that Junkers, Craig!

    REP!
    I laugh in the face of danger - then I hide until it goes away!

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    Nice job! Love the camouflage pattern!

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    I’ve always thought these look very cutting edge for a WW1 aircraft. More like an inter war machine. Beautiful craft all the same.



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