Different Strokes

The Belvedere has followed a slightly different route, it’s construction allowing for the fuselage to be closed before the cockpit is added.

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The floor and bulkhead are already in

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after a blast from the airbrush the pilots seats go in. I am not bothering to add belts or fill the gaps as they will not be seen through the glazing

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But I will add an instrument panel, this one printed and backed with plastic card

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and glued into place

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as this will be slightly visible through the glass

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as you can see.

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