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    Post Any Luftwaffe Modellers Here?

    Does anyone on this Forum enjoy model building? I have a growing collection of various Luftwaffe and various other models.
    I would like to see pictures of other modellers work...Here is a Stuka (Ju87B-2/Trop.,'Immelmann',Libya 1941) I am currently working on. I have other pictures of my past models if anyone is interested to post to this thread.

    Also a couple of other Stuka's I have built in the past.......

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    Post Re: Any Luftwaffe modellers Here?

    I built some WWII German tanks, armored vehicles and motorcycles in 1/35 scale, I was going to build a whole North Africa campaign scene but I didn't have anywhere to put them so I gave them away. I still have a few of the teeny tiny Rommels though.

    I should build some Goths and Huns.

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    Post Re: Any Luftwaffe modellers Here?

    1/35 scale is a good one for recreating scenes. I have just fininshed a 88mm GunFlak 36 with the Reichswehr men & a BMW R/75 sidecar and it is making me want to keep on working on 35th scale & also create a scene...

    It is a shame that you no longer have your models, I know they take up alot of room & in danger of getting broken when drunks are around...he he..(had a Blohm & Voss recently & mysteriously damaged after a loud night )

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    Post Re: Any Luftwaffe modellers Here?

    You did a good job on the Stuka's.
    I enjoyed building models as a child and I still do from time to time. This really fostered my initial interest in Third Reich and military history. Most of my models had been eventually destroyed by my senior year of high school. I did keep an ME262 and a JU52 both of which got trashed during a move by a drunk cousin. The problem with models is everyone wants to pick them up(even so-called adults) and play "airplane". I've been working on/off on an ME109. I'd like to get into building some German armor and Russian tanks though.

    This place as some neat tanks:
    http://www.ubhobbies.com/displayroom...l?catuid=11892

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    Post Re: Any Luftwaffe modellers Here?

    Quote Originally Posted by Krampus
    You did a good job on the Stuka's.
    I enjoyed building models as a child and I still do from time to time. This really fostered my initial interest in Third Reich and military history. Most of my models had been eventually destroyed by my senior year of high school. I did keep an ME262 and a JU52 both of which got trashed during a move by a drunk cousin. The problem with models is everyone wants to pick them up(even so-called adults) and play "airplane". I've been working on/off on an ME109. I'd like to get into building some German armor and Russian tanks though.

    This place as some neat tanks:
    http://www.ubhobbies.com/displayroom...l?catuid=11892
    Arrrrgh..a Me262 & Ju52 What a shame they got wrecked!
    As I said before...drunks & models don't mix.....oh no...but where does that leave me....he he he..I am a careful & respectful drunk though...he he

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