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Re: Payen Flèche Bleue; pictures @ p2

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Deltafan:
Hi,

Good work 63cpe ! :thumbsup:

I dream of making such a model (with the frame of a 1/72 Supermarine Seafire Mk 47 and the wings and canards of a 1/48 Payen Pa.101 or of a Pa.22/5).


What is the frame that you used for this model ? Do you made your own wings and canards ? In what material ?

How do you "stick" wings (glue ?) and canards (?) ?

ericr:

excellent

especially the single wheel  ;D

63cpe:
Thanks Gentlemen,

@ Deltafan: the fuselage is from an Italeri MC.202 Folgore including the belly radiator and vertical tailplane. The aft wings are made from plasticart (2x1 mm) and the front wings are Matchbox Meteor nf 11/12/14 tailplanes. and because the fuselage and wings are made from the same styrene material, it was bonded by ordinairy (revell) glue. Which has the plus of setting slowly so i could adjust the wings to be even. Aft wings have a slight anhedral. The front wings have a slight dihedral.

David aka 63cpe

Deltafan:
OK, thanks a lot David. Very interesting. &lt;_&lt;

63cpe:
New pictures were taken. I never took it out in natural light to get beauty pics taken. So, happy with the new grassstrip surface, I took some new pictures in natural light.
Pictures here: https://www.flickr.com/photos/jetsonsspecial/albums/72157706340998845

Cheers,
David aka 63cpe

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