Role Reversal

Last cockpit to be done is the Sioux

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Now it has been sprayed

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First the seat goes in. The switch panel above has also had a wash to bring it out

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then the controls are added in

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The rudder pedals, these needed a little jiggling to get them in position, as the usual build schedule would have them installed before the floor.

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Then the dashboard

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all good

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whilst on the cockpit I have also painted the searchlight

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and added a lens from glazing solution.

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