Slingsby T-21b Air Cadets

Discussion in 'General Card Modeling' started by yaniv, May 5, 2007.

  1. yaniv

    yaniv Active Member

    hi to all

    well yestrday i found a nice link with realy nice free GILBER models
    and 1 model realy make me go HI :)
    so here is th eprogres from yestrday night
  2. Mark_1984

    Mark_1984 Guest

    That's an unusual subject - looks like it's gong to make a nice model :)
  3. yaniv

    yaniv Active Member

    some smoll progres :)

    i realy like this model
    the parts are FIX like a glove and i realy anjoy it so far
  4. Ooh Snap1

    Hi Yaniv

    I came across that gem this morning. I have it printed out - just letting the sheets dry out. I flew one of these "barges" many years ago in the Air Cadets and I have a work colleague who has fond memories of them as well. Would appreciate knowing how this model turns out.
  5. yaniv

    yaniv Active Member

    hi my friend

    for now this model is just amazing looks like its one of the best free models i ever built
    i think with this kind of enjoy from is model i going to make all of tham
  6. cdcoyle

    cdcoyle Member

    I have both versions in my stash. Looking forward to seeing how yours turns out. Good luck!
  7. yaniv

    yaniv Active Member

    today i finsh the most of the nose and i start the cocpit :)
  8. yaniv

    yaniv Active Member

    some prgres for tonight

    the cocpit and the tail
  9. NOBI

    NOBI Active Member

    Look good Yaniv...
  10. yaniv

    yaniv Active Member

    some more pic from last night

    i made this morning coz my flash not good :(
  11. cdcoyle

    cdcoyle Member

    Had a bit of spare time on my hands the other day, so I took a break from my wooden sloop-of-war and started on my Slingsby in the Air Cadets livery. I also stumbled across this awesome photo of the exact aircraft depicted by the kit. I only have the fuselage complete so far, but I can echo the earlier comments about the parts fit -- superb, so far. My camera is out-of-town at the moment, but when I get the model completed, I will post a few photos. Unfortunately, the JM Precision Card Models site appears to be out of operation.


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