I'm looking at this at the moment as well, can I start a breakout thread 12 parsec detective agency again :see y-wing versionHi
Has anybody ID the parts for the cannons yet ?
I know I think I read somewhere the cannon tips are from a 312B ?
Has anybody managed to ID any other parts yet ?
That's the part yes, don't know how it could have been broken though, quite a sturdy part!, Glad I could contribute, just need to find out what that cylinder part in front of the Fokker machine gun comes from:confused
This image shows the part complete, so I would say you are right it has been broken, in other pictures you can see where the part was by the shape of the paint that was underneathI guess we should try to check imagery of the Falcon at the time she was filming ready to see if ILM cut the part before application, or if it has indeed got broken over the years. I'll have a scan through my archives to see if I can see either way.
Yes, that cylinder part has been elusive for a a long time. I'm sure its been ID'd though as I think a build on here showed it in place ages ago.
Do you have a link to the rest of these images?Looking at these underside shots, it appears these 'plates' (highlighted in Yellow) are from a big kit, maybe an AMT Truck or something, or a big Tank? Looked through the usual suspects, and not seeing anything. Anybody have any ideas on what kit these plates might be from. I noticed these consistent injection mold recesses and other clues that do seem to confirm these are not styrene plated parts.
There is a well known harrier part on the base , hydraulic piece (h shape )Anyone out there managed to ID the parts for the back of the radar dish? I know that the Sat V ring, Stug part and what looks like a cannon mount from the deck cut from the Hood are there just looking for the other details to add, almost completed the front of the dish now so I'll be starting on the back, really would appreciate it if someone could help
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seems like it was broken off, considering the weight of this model, and the shot of multiple ILMers carrying it upside down , it's age and how well travelled I'd say there was plenty of opportunities for breakage