Two Stall Enginehouse

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You should make the roof removable so the detail inside can be seen.


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Holy crap dude, that's fantastic work.


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Really good detail work!
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Every time I look at this I think of building balsa and tissue airplanes back in the 50's and early 60's like my Dad did in the 30's and 40's! It makes it seem more do-able for me too in my retirement years. My monitor makes some of the boards seem to be stained purple, but I like the variation in color. I really enjoy seeing this come together.
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You gotta use individual panes!!!!


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Yeah but after you do it think about how accomplished you'll feel ;)


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Hahahaha


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Bernd wrote: Of course you're right, but I might be ready for the funny farm after that. :crazy:

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Bernd, that's an awful lot of work but, the finished, installed window does look fantastic.

Don't think I'll try anything like that on my little Unimat as I could just about guarantee I'll end up with nothing but mangled wire and broken drill bits.

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Holy Haggis dude. Much respect.


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