- Sep 17, 2014
- First Name
silly question but are those ejection pin marks on the cockpit side wall
Actually not a silly question as it does look like ejector pin marks but the actual interior had these disc like thingy. As the plane was made entirely of wood, these could have been laminar supports. Could someone shed light on this.silly question but are those ejection pin marks on the cockpit side wall
They are. The engineering is very different from anything I've seen before.They are fantastic kits
You just have to wait for a special birthday like I did. And drop some HUGE hints.I wish I had enough money to buy one of the these.
That is the old favourite, Alclad chrome on gloss black enamel.What did you use for the chromed part?
As the chaps have explained it's part of the Mosquito construction. Although I can't pretend the odd ejection pin mark didn't slip through as well....I'm getting lazy.but are those ejection pin marks on the cockpit side wall
Well it's one way to increase the kit's part count, and hence maybe price - or am I being cynical......components that are just made separately for the sake of it
Yes Jim, however, the clever engineering made for an interesting bit of assembly.engineering is very clever and appears to work a treat