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hadzi

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  1. I present my next model. Vickers Wellesley from the Polish Aeronautical Technical School for Minors in Heliopolis (Egypt). At that time, it was already a flightless, serving only to learn cadets, and got the number 4723M, which was generally painted "traditionally" M4723. The plane was repainted from the night bomber (apparently it was L2657), the lower black surfaces were repainted in yellow. Kit is the old Matchbox with Aeroclub Bristol Pegasus, propeller from spare and vacu canopy from Falcon, painted with Xctrarylics paints.
  2. maybe yes, maybe not. I think it was more P.11c then P.24, the serial plane will looked more as a P.24, prototype - I think not.
  3. No, this was the Kobuz prototype.
  4. Thank you, decals are leftovers from other models.
  5. At 1-st September 1939 Germany attacked Poland, at 17-th September the Soviets as German ally invaded Poland and this was the End of Second Republic. The last battle from the Polish regular army was at 5-th October by Kock. After that the Poles fought in underground and in France, England and all other countries which was fought against the Nazis. In Jalta they were "sold" Stalin by Roosevelt and Churchill for the next 45 years. The Polish Air Force never flown the PZL P.24 but ... this is only my idea - a Polish P.24 in spring 1940 near to Kiev (Ukraine - Soviet Union).
  6. Thank you. It gives better view as a biplane (up and down), this was the reason for designer Pulawski 1929, when he designed the PZL P.1
  7. Bulgaria bought in Poland twelve PZL P.24B's wich was delivered in 1937. In Bulgaria P.24 was named "Jastreb" (Goshawk). In this time Bulgaria was still a monarchy under Tsar Boris III. When the heir to the throne was born on June 27, 1937, "Simeon Kniaz Trnowski" was painted on the side of airplane 1 of 1(11) Squadron to commemorate the event. Bulgarian P.24B's they served until destroyed by American bombers in 1944 at an airfield near Karlovo. The red elements were painted from self made mask, the sentence come from Kagero book about P.24.
  8. My vision of the P.11g first prototype - in two variants with metal and wooden Szomanski propeller. New engine cover and metal propeller comes from ARDPOL's PZL P.50a.
  9. hadzi

    Airfix 2020

    Halifax, Halifax, Halifax...Halifax 1/72
  10. Thank you, to be honest, I think so too.
  11. hadzi

    Vickers Wellesley - help needed

    I work on the Matchbox Wellesley and will built M4723 ex L2657 at Heliopolis Egypt in 1944. My question is, which paint I have to used: 1. Dark Earth + Dark Green + Trainer Yellow? 2. Dark Earth + Middle Stone + Trainer Yellow?
  12. I work on the Matchbox Wellesley and will built M4723 ex L2657 at Heliopolis Egypt in 1944. My question is, which paint I have to used: 1. Dark Earth + Dark Green + Trainer Yellow? 2. Dark Earth + Midle Stone + Trainer Yellow? .
  13. My first for 2019 Farman F.70 ”Aero” Komunikacja Powietrzna S.A. (Polish Airlines) 1925-28. Sorry for the quality but I used my smartphone.
  14. Part 2, unfortunately still in Polish https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rGOGt-Ag1VQ
  15. Thank you. To your question, you mean toilet or flare dispenser?
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