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Peter AZmodel/Admiral

LVG C.VI 1/72 KP- Kovozavody Prostejov

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Hi Jan,

 

My votes go for

-DH9/9a of course ;)

-Hansa Brandenburg B.I Series (ex Legato ?)

 

-Albatros C.III, a real workhorse (Germany, Bulgaria, Ottoman Empire, Poland...)

-Hansa Brandenburg C;I, (Austro-Hungary, CZ, Poland, Austria, Yugoslavia, Russia...)

-Salmson 2A2 (France, US of A, CZ, Poland, Japan, Russia...)

 

Roland C.II is a pretty bird, but was used only by Germany, but I also vote for it.

 

Regards,  Chris.

 

My Scalemates Page - https://www.scalemates.com/profiles/mate.php?id=26114

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LVG C. VI is in distribution now...

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Thank you for the information on the Soviet Camouflage. I am sure that you are correct in your interpretation as there is clear evidence of fully-repainted SVA.5 aircraft from the same period.

 

Good luck with the sales of the C.VI kit. I hope it will prompt more investment in 1/72 WWI subjects. Following the theme of 2 seat aircraft, I would like to see the Rumpler 'family' of C.I, C.III, C.IV, perhaps even the 6B-2;  

 

...or an early war Albatross B.II...

 

Will

 

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I would love to see some earlier types such as Bleriot, Voisin, Farman, or even a decent kit of the Sikorsky Ilya Muromets in 1:72. If not those, a DH9, which is only available as a DH4 conversion, or DH9a which is only available in resin......

 

Ian

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I have these two kits on my stash now and look forward to building them both--one in German and the other in post-war civilian livery.  I agree with all the requests, but there is an old dog that keeps barking...how about a really well-measured, well-molded Fokker DVII or 2 so I can put away all those Roden kits with wings that don't fit, axles that are too short, etc...

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Hi all,

I have been wondering for years whythere is no a kit of one of the most common GermanWWI two-seaters: DFW C.V!

Ardpol has a resin of it so...?   ^_^

Cheers,

AaCee

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AaCee

             Had the same thoughts for years too. Over 4,000 built and not an injection in sight. I have a Sierra vac form in the stash and once kit bashed one using a DVII fuselage, a Hannover fuselage, plastic card and an Albatros nose which with hindsight was not the best choice. Wings were scratched from card and it was fun but I'd prefer a nice injection next time. 

 

Regards, Steve

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23 hours ago, AaCee26 said:

Hi all,

I have been wondering for years whythere is no a kit of one of the most common GermanWWI two-seaters: DFW C.V!

Ardpol has a resin of it so...?   ^_^

Cheers,

AaCee

Also a Classic Planes vac (wasn't bad). I've built the Ardpol kit, that was very good, but the usual problems with warped wings. Never come across the Sierra kit.

 

Paul.

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Hi Paul,

I'm familiar with the Classic vac. It is a sound basic for a good model.

As KP's LVG is based on the Ardpol resin kit I mentioned the DFW hoping that they would give it a similar treatment.

Cheers,

AaCee

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