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  1. Hi! Here my latest work. Additions-Xdecal, Eduard brass, Pilot pitot, Armory wheels, Quickboost small intakes & antennaes I tried to make the faded appearance. Hope You like it
  2. Hello. I'm considering a modification to the fuselage of the Guillow's "Javelin" in order to outfit it for gas-powered flight. The directions for creating a pop-up tail group are not clear to me. Would someone please direct me to a resource for modifying the rear tail assembly to become a pop-up tail group, or providing to me a more easily understood set of directions? Thank you. P.S. See link below for online directions for the Javelin. I'm referencing the far bottom (right side) set of optional steps - image C. http://balsamodels.com/translations/603_instructions.htm
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