That is looking good Rowan
I don't have a problem with work getting in the way of modelling but I'm still slacking! I need to crack on with some of my projects, especially my WWI stuff
Cheers Gabriel and Joel
@ Joel - You were right to do a double-take. On this family of engines the other wires come from a second ignition harness at the back of the engine and attach on the rear face of each cylinder. I'm not going to bother with those.
Some of my references show that the front harness probably shouldn't be a full ring, but I've left it as supplied in the kit because this is aiming to be pretty much OOB and I don't want to risk getting stalled and not being able to decide what to do.
All the best
Hi Mal and Joel
Fear not - after a few days away, I'll be back at the workbench this afternoon.
All the best
Better organised! I wish. I did convert my modelling bench to a standing one and I am a little better organised tool wise but I am still trying to build too many models in one go Well not in one go but I started the WNW Sopwith Pup, and I'm in the process of creating checker masks for my Airfix 1/48 Gloster Meteor. They are proving more troublesome than I thought that they would! I have now also started the new Revell 1/32 P-51, having created masks for LOU IV several years ago and now updating them with new info received from Roy Sutherland.
Any chance you'll be doing a Build Blog on the Revell 1/32 P-51D?
Anyway my real reason for posting now is to see if I can stop you slacking as you haven't posted for a few days!