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Bomber Seats

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Hi folks,

here some pictures of the latest release from Ken Hamilton's Wildhare product line. http://www.wildharemodels.com

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and here some pictures of the finished seats. I don't know what kind of paint they will get. I

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those look wicked cool. what's the webs for?

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those look wicked cool. what's the webs for?

I have no idea. On the instructions is mentioned to use the webs for hoods, grilles etc

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Awesome seats for sure!

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The webs are cool and all, but I have no use for them. I'd rather have more seats on the sheet:) Thanks for the link!

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Great lookin' seatz and Replicas & Miniatures of Maryland also offers "bomber" seats only in resin.

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those look wicked cool. what's the webs for?

Stuff like this:

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oh .... well, the seats look really cool!

OP - did you encounter any unusual challenges assembling them? did you use an photo etch folder? superglue?

thanks

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oh .... well, the seats look really cool!

OP - did you encounter any unusual challenges assembling them? did you use an photo etch folder? superglue?

thanks

I soft solder the sides and the bottom. You don't need a folding device. Smaller Parts were super glued

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those seats are sharp! its gonna be a shame to cover them with paint kinda, that metal looks pretty nice just as it is!

i notice on the instruction sheet it mentions spider webs and also rivit strips. sure enough on that (very wicked looking) photoetch fret, theres some strips of rivits to use somewhere!

i gotta get some of these seats...

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those seats are sharp! its gonna be a shame to cover them with paint kinda, that metal looks pretty nice just as it is!

i notice on the instruction sheet it mentions spider webs and also rivit strips. sure enough on that (very wicked looking) photoetch fret, theres some strips of rivits to use somewhere!

i gotta get some of these seats...

May not have too, may be able to give them some type of chemical wash that would cause patina etc, very sharp seats for sure

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