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  • AirHead you've got the hands of a surgeon!! You can "operate" on any of my birds!
    Hugh "Wildman" Wiedman
    Hangar: FlightLine-90mm F18 "Canadian Demo, F16 "Wild Weasel", F4 Phantom, F4 Blue Angel, 1600mm Corsair & Spitfire, Olive & Silver B-24, Stinger 90, Red 80mm Avanti. Extreme Flight-Slick 60, 60" Extra 300 V2, 62" MXS Heavy Metal, 62" MXS Green, 62" Demonstrator. FMS-1700mm P-51, Red Bull Corsair. E-Flite-70mm twin SU-30, Beast 60, P2 Bi-Plane, P-51, Apprentice.

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    • Originally posted by Hugh Wiedman View Post

      AirHead an absolutely outstanding paint job. I can't even begin to imagine how you did it or how much patience it took. OK, now I'm dying to know how, did you hand paint the stripes (no way, they're too uniformly unique with sharp edges), or use an air brush or use trim tape (unlikely). Just how the heck did you do such a great job?
      Awsome Hugh, call it the TigerKing II Or The Real TigerKing.
      Still Learning:D

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      • The old CZ T-28 got a much needed makeover.

        New pilot. Lined gatored cockpit with plastic. Tinted canopy with Tamiya TS-71 smoke. Airbrush work done with the new Benchcraft PC110 Compressor kit. Graphics were what I had in the parts drawers.

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        • NICE The Brit camo will be a great compliment to my SAE version and Chris's BA
          Warbird Charlie
          HSD Skyraider; FlightLine: OV-10, Sea Fury; FMS 1400: P-40B, P-51, F4U, F6F, T-28, P-40E, 1700 F4U & F7F, FOX glider; Freewing: A-6, P-51; VQ: P-39; Dynam: ME-262, FW-190, Waco; ASM A-26; ESM F7F-3; LX PBJ-1 EFL CZ T-28, C-150

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          • Originally posted by Twowingtj View Post
            The old CZ T-28 got a much needed makeover.

            New pilot. Lined gatored cockpit with plastic. Tinted canopy with Tamiya TS-71 smoke. Airbrush work done with the new Benchcraft PC110 Compressor kit. Graphics were what I had in the parts drawers.

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            That looks awesome!
            Instagram: @tcat.rc.creations

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            • Originally posted by Twowingtj View Post
              The old CZ T-28 got a much needed makeover.

              New pilot. Lined gatored cockpit with plastic. Tinted canopy with Tamiya TS-71 smoke. Airbrush work done with the new Benchcraft PC110 Compressor kit. Graphics were what I had in the parts drawers.

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              Very impressive work. Looks fantastic.....

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              • About halfway done on my Israeli paint scheme on freewing 70mm f-16

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                • Fsr045 Welcome to Hobby Squawk! The repaint looks great. Love your choice of colors (see above)

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                  • Originally posted by Fsr045 View Post
                    About halfway done on my Israeli paint scheme on freewing 70mm f-16
                    F0, Looking good so far. Keep posting those pictures, Great work, Sir and Welcome to "The Squawk"!! Best, LB
                    Captain: Got any ideas?
                    F/O: Actually not.
                    — Captain Chesley B 'Sully' Sullenberger III and F/O Jeff Skiles—

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                    • Twowingtj I have a CZ T-28. I’ll bet that’s amazing in person. The size of the plane has so much presence. Great work!

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                      • My latest repaint. Dynam Bf-110 in afrika corp colors.....
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                          I finished my 2000mm, FMS DeHavilland DHC2 Beaver in the RCAF Patrol Beaver scheme which once existed. Flying amongst the classic Northern bush fires and doing reconnaissance in the North. I glued a small beaver on top so that a beaver can actually fictitiously feel what it's like to fly!....lol...

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                          • AirHead OMG, that is spectacular. The detail on the floats is first class. We used to have a fly in cabin east of Lake of the Woods in Ontario and an outfit called Northwest Flying Services in Nestor Falls would get us into our cabin and usually we flew in a Beaver, my favorite plane. We must have also use about 30 Beaver loads of material to build the cabin and all our fuel oil for the generator had to be flown in on either a Beaver or Twin Beach. I got to know the bush pilots so well over the 30 years that they used to let me fly it occasionally, but not to take off or land. They also had an outpost fishing camp north of the tree line on Dubawnt Lake that I'd go with them every year to and we usually took a Beaver (a 12 hour trip from our cabin). One year, the starter on the Beaver went out and the pilot had to stand on the floats and hand prop it while I worked the throttle. What a recipe for disaster!

                            Seeing you're Beaver brings back so many great memories. Although that scheme gives me chills because it is very similar to what the Lands and Forests agents would fly in on us to see if we were up to anything not quite legal, which of course we never were.

                            Hugh "Wildman" Wiedman
                            Hangar: FlightLine-90mm F18 "Canadian Demo, F16 "Wild Weasel", F4 Phantom, F4 Blue Angel, 1600mm Corsair & Spitfire, Olive & Silver B-24, Stinger 90, Red 80mm Avanti. Extreme Flight-Slick 60, 60" Extra 300 V2, 62" MXS Heavy Metal, 62" MXS Green, 62" Demonstrator. FMS-1700mm P-51, Red Bull Corsair. E-Flite-70mm twin SU-30, Beast 60, P2 Bi-Plane, P-51, Apprentice.

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                            • Originally posted by Hugh Wiedman View Post
                              AirHead OMG, that is spectacular. The detail on the floats is first class. We used to have a fly in cabin east of Lake of the Woods in Ontario and an outfit called Northwest Flying Services in Nestor Falls would get us into our cabin and usually we flew in a Beaver, my favorite plane. We must have also use about 30 Beaver loads of material to build the cabin and all our fuel oil for the generator had to be flown in on either a Beaver or Twin Beach. I got to know the bush pilots so well over the 30 years that they used to let me fly it occasionally, but not to take off or land. They also had an outpost fishing camp north of the tree line on Dubawnt Lake that I'd go with them every year to and we usually took a Beaver (a 12 hour trip from our cabin). One year, the starter on the Beaver went out and the pilot had to stand on the floats and hand prop it while I worked the throttle. What a recipe for disaster!

                              Seeing you're Beaver brings back so many great memories. Although that scheme gives me chills because it is very similar to what the Lands and Forests agents would fly in on us to see if we were up to anything not quite legal, which of course we never were.
                              Well Thank You again Hugh for your praise and your fabulous fishing stories. Obviously, Canadian achievements are fewer and farther between. The Beaver is one of our oldest achievements and has served everyone well for decades. For many people, it made the impossible, possible! I did this scheme before on a Flyzone Beaver. That plane was good, but discontinued. No parts, etc. So, I had to do another rendition of the RCAF version in yellow. They also had a silver and white scheme at one time. Anyway, I think this plane could pull a good sized fish out of the water. I wouldn't attempt such a feat, but it would give a new meaning to the term; "Fly Fishing"....lol...😎

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