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#4522914 - 05/29/20 02:40 PM Re: Part two of the 262 JV44 build, the 190 D9. [Re: Ajay]  
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Cool staff car. beercheers

The last pic above of the 190 and those parts laying around...

In the background it looks like some things a evil torturer would lay out before starting his ghastly work. eek



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#4522930 - 05/29/20 03:54 PM Re: Part two of the 262 JV44 build, the 190 D9. [Re: Ajay]  
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#4523605 - 06/03/20 11:23 AM Re: Part two of the 262 JV44 build, the 190 D9. [Re: Ajay]  
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All finished, i just need to work my way around a Canon EOS 700D i have on loan so i can get some decent pictures.

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#4523904 - 06/05/20 04:19 AM Re: Part two of the 262 JV44 build, the 190 D9. [Re: Ajay]  
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Simply amazing work Ajay. thumbsup


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#4524029 - 06/05/20 11:38 PM Re: Part two of the 262 JV44 build, the 190 D9. [Re: Ajay]  
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Agreed..

Even if he is hiding the pilot because he thinks he can't compete with Da Vinci.

Ajay, you are doing really great work.



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#4524203 - 06/07/20 09:08 AM Re: Part two of the 262 JV44 build, the 190 D9. [Re: Ajay]  
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Thanks chaps smile Nixer i sacked the pilot, he didn't add to the pics and i had to chop of his feet to make him fit but he just looked awkward unfortunately. I also had to sack using the camera as i couldn't get the zoom shots i wanted with the lens it comes with and it doesn't do digital zoom, so back to the trusty Samsung phone. The D9 is a bit dusty due to moving between the cabinet and my desk for the last week while i have mucking around...and i couldn't find the makeup brush i specifically bought for pre camera shoot model plane dusting.


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#4524254 - 06/07/20 04:18 PM Re: Part two of the 262 JV44 build, the 190 D9. [Re: Ajay]  
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I said it once but I will say it again, Amazing work Ajay. thumbsup


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#4524293 - 06/07/20 11:37 PM Re: Part two of the 262 JV44 build, the 190 D9. [Re: Ajay]  
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Cheers Wheels, appreciated mate, hope you and yours are doing well smile


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#4524338 - 06/08/20 05:12 AM Re: Part two of the 262 JV44 build, the 190 D9. [Re: Ajay]  
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Such impressive, consistently great work. Bravo Ajay!

#4524413 - 06/08/20 01:42 PM Re: Part two of the 262 JV44 build, the 190 D9. [Re: Ajay]  
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Awesome as usual. That Renault sure is compact.

No wonder Goering liked big Mercedes.



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#4524537 - 06/08/20 11:04 PM Re: Part two of the 262 JV44 build, the 190 D9. [Re: Ajay]  
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Thanks Chunk! I think i hit my limit with this type of base though, i need to come up with something more interesting now for the last slot in the 3rd cabinet.

Indeed Nixer, i don't think that little French suspension would be a fan of Goering!




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#4524885 - 06/10/20 09:12 PM Re: Part two of the 262 JV44 build, the 190 D9. [Re: Ajay]  
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i sacked the pilot, he didn't add to the pics and i had to chop of his feet to make him fit but he just looked awkward


Well hell yeah he did. If you chopped off my feet I'd look more than just a little awkward! smile

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#4525084 - 06/12/20 12:49 AM Re: Part two of the 262 JV44 build, the 190 D9. [Re: Ajay]  
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He was so taken with the feeling of flight that they say his feet never touched the ground wink


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#4525092 - 06/12/20 01:51 AM Re: Part two of the 262 JV44 build, the 190 D9. [Re: Ajay]  
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"Off with his feet!" oh wait....

Anyway, another Ajay superlative work made me think of Goon. Checked in at his Mazda site HERE and nothing new since April.

Hope he is OK.



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#4525100 - 06/12/20 03:07 AM Re: Part two of the 262 JV44 build, the 190 D9. [Re: Ajay]  
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Goon has been posting. I think he is OK. Well, at least as OK as we all are.


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#4525322 - 06/13/20 11:23 AM Re: Part two of the 262 JV44 build, the 190 D9. [Re: Ajay]  
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I'm fine, thanks for asking! smile Had some problems with the Mazda so it went on the back burner for a while, but it's coming back out soon. I finished a Wessex HAS.3 during our lockdown 'staycation' and have been commissioned to build another Dagger for one of the pilots who flew C-407 during the Falklands War. Very exciting!

Oh, and that's very nice work Ajay!


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#4525393 - 06/14/20 12:57 AM Re: Part two of the 262 JV44 build, the 190 D9. [Re: Ajay]  
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Thanks mate, good to see you back in here!


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