How does the 1/48 Eduard Bf-110 and Dragon 110 compare?

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How does the 1/48 Eduard Bf-110 and Dragon 110 compare?

Joined: December 1st, 2004, 8:42 am

July 6th, 2012, 12:18 am #1

How do these compare? Specifically the 110D variant kittings (BoB) compare?

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Joshua

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Joined: December 14th, 2005, 1:51 pm

July 6th, 2012, 1:58 am #2

Go to www.internetmodeler.com and search in the box there for Cyber-Hobby 1/48 Bf-110D-3 or my name....you'll soon get to the article where I made those comparisons. Sorry I can't put in a hyperlink....something won't allow me to copy the url this evening.

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Joined: February 24th, 2002, 4:17 pm

July 6th, 2012, 2:07 am #3

How do these compare? Specifically the 110D variant kittings (BoB) compare?

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Joshua

Nearly 75,000 Americans still remain missing, unrecovered or unidentified from World War II.
http://www.network54.com/Forum/149674/t ... 8239/Bf110

I find the eduard a bit fiddly..too much so. No much on poseable control surfaces, but eduard missed the train with not having separate slats.

I have built two Eduard, and still have the Cyber Hobby in the stash.

Build either, get the best price.



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Joined: December 1st, 2004, 8:42 am

July 6th, 2012, 3:16 am #4

How do these compare? Specifically the 110D variant kittings (BoB) compare?

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Joshua

Nearly 75,000 Americans still remain missing, unrecovered or unidentified from World War II.
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