The post title relates to the main job carried out during the refurb of these wobbly-winged wonders which were part of the Partizan plane purchase.
I actually dealt with these first as their numbers were less intimidating than those of the WW2 and Cold War models.
A lot of dust and some plastic. This ancient SE5a may be the Revell kit. Under the dust is was actually in pretty good shape with only some decals requiring replacement.
The aircraft park taking shape. But hang on - what are those big piles of dust and broken plastic at the back?
None other than (dramatic drum roll please...) in descending order of vastness - and ascending order of completeness - an HP 0/400 (Airfix) and a Vickers Vimy (FROG). An entire tube of glue disappeared in the securing of many, many struts. I would never have been fool (or rich) enough to buy either of these kits so I feel very fortunate to get these vaguely serviceable versions so cheaply.Al's version here.