Discussion in 'Forum GB: Civilian Aircraft. July - Sept 2017' started by papa 695, Jun 29, 2017.
Nice work so far Ian, that PE look superb in there albiet a fiddly so-and-so.
Great work so far Ian and a great choice of build,it truly was a remarkable plane.
Tbis reminds me years ago when i used to go out drinking with my buddies, the weekend that concorde was axed we were in a pub and there was a middle aged lady sitting down with an empty bottle of wine for company and make up running down her face. Turns out she was an air hostess for concorde and was drowning her sorrows. Sad times
I've now got all the PE for the engines done.
Ive been slowly getting the PE for the wheels and undercarrage done, and getting the engines done.
I presume the tiny blue rings go on the wheels ian? The undercarriage looks great , cheers tony
Yes they do Tony, so they will go on after the wheels have been painted.
Not done much to this one lately, but I've got the engines painted.
Just caught up without this one Ian and my I say wow
The detail you have on this is amazing and such scale in the detail aswell
I only saw one Concorde take off from Heathrow many years ago and yes she was very loud
They have a Concorde at east fortune and going on board she's very tight even for a 6ft guy like myself.
Loving this and will stay to see the end
I remember Concorde landing in NZ after it lost part of its rudder enroute to Sydney...
Great work so far Ian. Lots of little detail points in this one, looking A+
Glad to have you aboard Robert, also glad your liking it.
thats coming along a treat, so much details for 1/144, excellent stuff
Just a little more done, more PE to the wheels also painted Concorde.
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