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andreask

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Sunday, October 9th 2005, 11:33am

GPM USS Missouri

Habe diese Woche das neueste Schlachtschiff von GPM bekommen,und wollte es euch nicht vorenthalten.
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Sunday, October 9th 2005, 11:42am

Die Pläne sind die besten die ich von GPM gesehen habe,aber sind bei diesem Modell mehr als nötig.
Die 210 Zeichnungen gehen über 16 Seiten.
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Sunday, October 9th 2005, 11:46am

Hier eines der Flakgeschütze,allein von diesen sind 49 Stück zu bauen.
Dagege sehen die Bauteile der HMV Bismark geradezu Riesig aus.
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Sunday, October 9th 2005, 11:53am

Einer der Bordkräne.
Wie kann man so kleine Bauteile noch aus Karton herstellen 8o?
Für mich das absolut beste Kartonmodell das ich gesehen habe.
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Wednesday, October 12th 2005, 3:45pm

Schade, dass die Bilder so schlecht sind. Aber schon ein geniales Modell. Wenn ich mal ein Schiff bauen sollte, dann werde ich sicherlich darüber nachdenken über die Missouri. Im Moment habe ich noch zu viel respekt davor... :rolleyes:

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Friday, October 28th 2005, 9:04pm

Hi Andreask

Have you tried the fit with the new kit as the old kit did not fit at all, don't get me wrong Iam a fan of GPM kits and think the work that went into them is outstanding given the age of the old kit.

But I wil say that having spent almost a year going through the old kit they still have not got the colours right???
The decks should be teak not what I cal duck egg blue or battleship gray??

The reason I ask is I have a love of this ship as I have spent a lot of time on the redesign of the old kit.

If it all fits great I want to buy this kit to put it against the old kit and note the changes.
To anyone out there if you don't have the kit its still worth having as it gives you a good start for a fantastic model.

To you guys at GPM keep publishing the fantastic range of kits you do =D>

I will be bringing over my build of the old Missouri kit to this site if the intrest is there

Take care all

Rob
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Friday, October 28th 2005, 10:53pm

I will be bringing over my build of the old Missouri kit to this site if the intrest is there

Take care all

Rob

Hi Rob :),
please do it!
have a great week-end
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Saturday, October 29th 2005, 12:10am

Hi Edi/Michael

It shall be done :P

I have done a little more on her tonight and will post a thread tomorrow on what has been done to the kit with the story so far!!

Even with the old kits problems it has been a great build and a learning experiance so far, well worth the effort I can tell you!

To give you all an idea of the size of this thing, the photo has Digital Navys Yamato 1/250 in the back and the base plate for Digital Navys Arizona up front in 1/250
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Saturday, October 29th 2005, 10:38am

Das mit den kleinen Bauteilen überschreitet m.E. neuerdings die sinnvollen Grenzen.
Bei der Gotha IV von GPM sind -allerdings als alternative Teile gekennzeichnet- die Nadeln der Anzeichen auf das Armaturenbrett zu kleben, auch gibt es da runde Teile, die ca. 1/4-STecknadelkopfgröße haben. Dies kann man weder ausschneiden noch aus anderen Materialien sinnvoll simulieren.
Auch bei der Missouri-FLAK sind ja etliche Teile blau markiert, d.h. alternativ zu bauen.


Mal sehen wo das noch hinführt, 1/250 Mannschaftsfiguren, wo die man Orden auf die Brust kleben muss :D


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Saturday, October 29th 2005, 4:46pm

Hi, Rob! :)

Of course we want to see your Missouri here! What a silly question. :)

That is the Yamato in the middle, right? Amazing how large the Missouri is in comparison....

More photos and even a build thread if you can, mate.

Cheers!

Jim

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