How to assemble a FW-190 in 2 minutes

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10 Comments Add yours

  1. geoff says:

    Nice!…. and so clean.

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    1. apron6 says:

      It certainly looks good! Thanks for the comment

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    1. apron6 says:

      Thanks for reblogging!

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  2. Deano says:

    Very cool. I got to see this being built at Legend Flyers late last year, glad the “Butcher Bird” made it safely to it’s new home!

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    1. apron6 says:

      Thanks for the comment. Do you have pictures of it? Visited you blog btw, fun to read!

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      1. Deano says:

        Thanks for taking a look. Yes I have a few photos prior to it being finished, you can see one of them in this blog: http://deanoinamerica.wordpress.com/2011/10/19/me-262-stormbirds/

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      2. apron6 says:

        Looking at that picture they sure did a great job. Thanks for posting! ๐Ÿ˜‰

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  3. Bob Peterman EASM Restoration says:

    What a great addition to our museum. Very happy to have been a small part of the assembly here. Many congrats to Bob Hammer and his crew.

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    1. apron6 says:

      You guys sure did a great job. It looks superb!

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