hawk down

leaping about at the moment so I am back with the 1/48 Sea Hawk

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having fitted the deflectors to the tail section I was concerned about fitting the exhausts themselves, so I have fitted a couple of back stops to prevent losing them when I slide them in.

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on the subject of the tail section here are the two halves brought together

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and the tail plane,

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similarly

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The outer wings, though I seem to have forgotten to take a picture of them assembled.

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finally a few bits and pieces on the underside that I think will be easier to add before rather than after painting.

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