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#4399492 - 01/12/18 01:10 AM Re: OT - Fokker E.V [Re: Sandbagger]  
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I was flying the Fokker EV in WOFF UE. What a 'dog'. wounded For such a good looking airplane with a lot of ballyhoo it just doesn't live up to expectations. I'll be like Josef Jacobs and take a Fokker Triplane any day, anywhere, anytime with any adversary! Bring it! neaner Not complaining... just saying!

#4399534 - 01/12/18 03:23 PM Re: OT - Fokker E.V [Re: Sandbagger]  
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Very nice!

#4399810 - 01/13/18 09:30 PM Re: OT - Fokker E.V [Re: Sandbagger]  
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Hi all,

Ataribaby - that's a great build and I like the teddy bear in the cockpit and the figure - very nice build.
The MicroMir model was supposed to have had the wing remodeled and added a few bits, but really it's a rework using the original molds.

The display cases are made from 3 mm thick clear acrylic for the covers and piano black acrylic for the bases.
The cases are very well made and sturdy.  The clear covers fit onto a rebated shoulder on the base so can't easily be knocked off.
I also have made the angled mountings for the model information plaques on the display bases.

I get all of my display cases made to measure by a guy called Paul Moss, who runs an on-line business on EBay.

www.inperspextive.com

I just email him with the dimensions (internal) I require, then he'll send a PayPal invoice and once paid it takes around a week for the case to arrive.

inperspextive@outlook.com

I've had 12 cases from Paul so far with no problems.  The cases are very well made and sturdy.
The cost is not that cheap, but you pay for what you get.  As an example my last case to arrive, which was 9 1/2" x 9 1/2" and 4" high (For the MicroMir Fokker E.V) cost £35 (including postage).

I SHOULD POINT OUT THAT I AM NOT ASSOCIATED WITH 'INPERSPEXTIVE', BUT AM JUST A SATISFIED CUSTOMER PASSING ON INFORMATION FOR OTHER MODELLERS.


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#4399831 - 01/14/18 01:27 AM Re: OT - Fokker E.V [Re: Sandbagger]  
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Great work of art Sandbagger!!!

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