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  1. In 1/48 there is the Werner's Wings UH-60 MedEvac Interior set. https://wernerswings.com/products/ Scroll down.
  2. Just the doors only won't cut it. The whole nose needs to be redone from just below the middle of the pilots' doors. The line forward of the door where the grey filler is present below. Everything forward of this line needs to be redone to backdated it to an H-34. The Fly Models Wessex nose is longer to accommodate the turbine engine. Compare the pics above in Oliver's post to an actual H-34.
  3. It says I need to sign into a Google Account to see the photos.
  4. Looking good so far. I usually do the same on the main and tail rotor mounts as you have so they can be removed for transport. Keep up the good work.
  5. Very nice. It is coming along really well. I plan to start the HH-60G in a couple of days. I am finishing up my M920 MET w/M870A1 trailer and CAT excavator as a load now: https://armorama.kitmaker.net/modules.php?op=modload&name=SquawkBox&file=index&req=viewtopic&topic_id=283311&page=1 Its amazing how much bench time you can get while locked down.
  6. Ask and you shall receive... http://www.caracalmodels.com/cd48031.html
  7. I hope they have reworked the old Hap Dong/Kangnam AH-64. It was horrible. If is just a rebox, it will not be worth the glue. If it has been updated, I hope they follow it up with a more current AH-64D or E model. The A was upgraded years ago.
  8. Not the first, but it will probably be the better than the previous one. There was the Sar/Seminar 1/35 UH-1B. It was about the same quality as the MRC/Academy UH-1C, but a little more chunky on the details.
  9. Interesting. This could be nice. Hopefully it is the first in a series of many 1/35 Hueys from them.
  10. It was actually originally designed for the US Navy. "The aircraft first flew on 8 March 1954.The first production aircraft was ready in September and entered in service for the United States Navy initially designated HSS-1 Seabat (in its anti-submarine configuration) and HUS-1 Seahorse (in its utility transport configuration)."
  11. That figures. I have all I need. It looks nice, but the Kitty Hawk rotor head looks pretty nice to me. I don't think it needs to be replaced.
  12. I knew that. I guess I was having Huey flashbacks. Either way, the cargo/troop doors are locked back and remain on the aircraft.
  13. Looking good. Are you still thinking about back-dating the nose to an H-34?
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