|1637 forum posts|
PVA would have been great to seal the bricks. But make sure it is exterior quality. This is waterproof once dry. The other type washes out or off. No need for the price of Unibond I have found a non branded or house branded (stores own ) is as good if not better.Bit late now though Eh!
|reg shaw||09/03/2018 07:47:42|
601 forum posts
Hi onetenor, somewhere in there is a silver Spitfire in Dutch markings, but the wings stood on end in American markings are from the P47 Thunderbolt on the bench. Silver bundles on the left, which picture? I'm well chuffed how the 'in the roof' storage can be utilised, the trusses are superb at absorbing airframes!! Long term storage at the top as they are hardest to get at, though in reality anything can be got at quite easily.
Airframes in here at the moment are 1/2 scale Flea and Stits Skybaby - 2/5 scale Sukhoi Su26 - 1/3 scale Pup, Albatros C.III, J3 Cub, Fournier RF4, Tipsy Nipper - 1/4 scale Wellington, Yak3, P47 Thunderbolt, 2 x BP Defiants, Zero, Zlin 326 Trener, Republic Seabee, Albatros DVa - 1/5 scale Hurricane - 1/7 scale Junkers 52 - 1/8 scale Handley Page HP42, plus a few rubber and indoor scale stuff hanging about.
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