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SSW D.III Conversion set
JackFlash
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Posted: Friday, August 27, 2010 - 08:45 PM UTC

Loon Models is a subsidiary to Roll Models.com. Loon Models has manufactured resin 1:32 ''''Master Series'''' Correction / Conversion / Detail (LO32006) and its sister set LO32007 are resin parts applicable to Roden''s 1:32 Siemens Schuckert D.III. Set LO32006 backdates the kit to the earliest production issues first release for front line operations and testing to JG II in 1918. . .

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JackFlash
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Posted: Sunday, August 29, 2010 - 06:19 AM UTC
Here is a bit of fun especially at the end of the video clip. There is a SH IIIa motor in the full support cradle exposed. You can see which way rgw individual braces go.

See here

"The Graveyard of German air ambitions". Immense numbers of machines and engines are being destroyed under terms of Peace Treaty".

Panning shot over a vest scrap yard - half destroyed biplanes are piled in heaps. M/S of a man with a large hammer breaking apart a piece of a biplane. Panning M/S of the shells of biplanes. C/U of the man's arms as he smashes a bit of engine with a lump hammer. Top shot of neatly stacked engines."


thegirl
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Posted: Monday, August 30, 2010 - 02:15 AM UTC
Very nice review Stephen .

I was heart broken when watching the small vid clip , seeing that man hammer on a Merc. D.III engine and then on a SH III .....sad , just very sad .