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Panzerschreck a little bit cleaned

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    I thought that I would bring up this old thread from 2 years ago to see what progress has now been made?



    Cheers, Ade.

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    Hey i hope, the stovepipes didnt have to be sold off , to pay for one of those kiddied double buggies, they cost a fortune....

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    Hello

    Things are going slow.

    I dont have that much time to work on the PS' as i would like. Very busy at work and even worse at home.

    Made some parts from drawings i recived but theese parts dont fit on the PS i have so i had to make new parts.

    On top of this am involved in the restoring of a JU88 and a FW190-A3 + the salvageing of a Blacburn Skua at the Norwegian Aviation Museum in Bod°.

    Welcome to Norwegian Aviation Museum

    Will get back to you with more photos.

    Check out my web-page and please sign my guestbook.

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