Wunderwaffe MiniDisc

Andy Davies remains in the bizarre world of German ‘Wonder Weapon’ projects and builds Pegasus Models’ new small-scale Haunebu II

The grainy surface texture of the saucer halves was at odds with the smooth glossy finish of the rest of the parts.
After masking the observation windows, the cupola’s control room received coat of NATO Black. The domed roof was left off until the end of the build, to allow removal of all masking tape and fitting of the windows.

While Pegasus Models’ 1/144 Haunebu II was broadly similar in many respects to Squadron’s larger offering, there were several subtle differences.

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