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SR Batteries Fokker Eindecker E1

November 08, 2007



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 JFSohm
Stone Ridge, NY
Posted:March 21st, 2007
9.24 PM
I guess I should have read the construction article first, then I would have known you used an Aces of Iron pilot. I also should have spell/grammar checked the post before submitting. Sometimes my fingers just take over, quick trigger finger. Anyway, like I said nice job.
 JFSohm
Stone Ridge, NY
Posted:March 21st, 2007
9.17 PM
It appears you used one of the Aces of Iron pilot figures in your E-III. Have you sent a copy of this pilot photo to them? They have a gallery of their figures in use and I have to say, the reality of your pilot is OUTSTANDING ! I'm seen some pretty awesome pilot figures in my day but yours is without doubt the most realistic I have seen. Would love to be able to finish figures as well as my aircraft. Now I know it can be done. Excellent job.
 Sue
Hawkesbury, Canada
Posted:December 21st, 2006
12.17 AM
Oh my gosh! It's stunningly beautiful! I am still in absolute awe of the rare capacity you have for outstanding achievement with your model airplane craftsmanship Paul. *sigh* Well done! When can we order posters of your completed work!?
 Kenoi McB
Riverdale UT
Posted:November 28th, 2005
1.36 PM
Awesome! You are the best ever. Beautifully put together, scale or not! I get excited everytime I receive and email from you!! Another VERY impressive build. Keep it up and thanks for sharing all your hard work and information with us...
 Phlip
Auburn, MA
Posted:November 27th, 2005
6.09 PM
Great article, and correct (imo)take on the use of ailerons and such on this model. Not scale, but still a nice model. Regarding the atistic touches on the video, I think they make the sound out of place. Perhaps some period music would go better on an antique B/W film.
 iron eagle
South Eastern MA
Posted:November 22nd, 2005
10.00 PM
Very well written, very objective, and as always a nice plane built by you.
 Mike Ridlon
new hampshire
Posted:November 20th, 2005
11.22 PM
very objective article. keep up the good work.
 Frank Hasty
Brunswick, GA
Posted:November 20th, 2005
11.53 AM
Beautiful Job!
 
 

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