Beppe’s taking a break from building right now, but the museum isn’t taking a break!
We’re currently sharing the work log of an unknown modeler who attempted to build a Cleveland B-17 Flying Fortress kit in 1946.
He only managed to squeeze in three and three quarters worth of work tapering the spars on October 17, 1946.
And on October 23, 1946 he started contouring the spars, but didn’t make much progress.
Follow along during the next few months to find out how far he gets! Next post: September 15, 2019
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