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onosendai

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About onosendai

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  • Birthday 11/29/1956

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    resin accessories for modellers

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  1. Back on business from today, first new product to start the year, a couple of 1/32 scale standard general purpose RAF 1.000lb high explosive bombs, used during the Cold War period and beyond on various aircraft (Hunter, Jaguar, Harrier and Tornado), 10,00 eu for set.
  2. Images of the finished model in the two proposed versions:
  3. This time a small set for a modern flight line diorama featuring a Halon fire extinguisher and USAF personnel, with decals. 10,00 eu.
  4. This tow tractor is the typical "jack of all trades" present in all air bases in the world, easily adaptable for all functions. The 72 & 48 versions with closed cab will follow later.
  5. Sept NEWS - 8 complete bombs, slick body for USAF and light ablative fire-retardating coating for U.S.Navy, decals as usual. 10,00 eu for each set.
  6. On request the 1/48 version of the USN deck crew set set plus a couple of F/Line crew as a bonus, including chocks and holdbacks. 18,00 eu.
  7. First news after the long lockdown, a couple of towbars (Albar 15) perfect for your dioramas on the aircraft carrier deck, with decals, 12,00 eu.
  8. 1/32 MA-1A Starter cart for various aircraft providing pneumatic power from a gas turbine, used extensively throughout the Cold War period, essential for any diorama of the time, 20,00 eu + a Combo set (MA-1A +MD-3) at 38,00 eu.
  9. First news of the year, on request I added two new versions for the 1/32 M-117 gp bombs, one retarded tail (MAU-91) and one "strakes" tal (MAU-103). As usual with decals, fuzes, lugs, price 10,00 eu for six bombs.
  10. I'm sorry Malcom but i just don't remember, i'm sure i'm in gunze, i don't use scientific methods in coloring, i'm from my memory since i saw a lot of live military aircraft during my work here in Italy and in the world. In any case, green can vary a lot, tonality is a personal matter imho.
  11. First of all thank you for using one of my products......, the model came out very well, the green leaves me some doubts but I think it's the photo, here in Italy the 104 is a religion, I've lived there together since the 80s (in Cameri 53° Stormo) and for a period I worked closely together (the last year at Cervia, 5° Stormo 2003), for the Italeri decals you're right, I threw them in the bin when I made one of these, the white numbers (numeroni bianchi) and the roundels are painted with masks made by me: https://www.largescaleplanes.com/articles/article.php?aid=2363
  12. 1/48 MD-1 Towbar - scaled down from 1/32 version.
  13. This is for all the (Italian) Starfighter lovers, the typical starter set composed by the Atlas compressor and the GPU, essential for the start-up of the J79 together with the famous "five fingers", this set was used mainly by the Italian Air force but in a NATO standard anyway. Completed with photo etched, decals, resin air hose and electric cables. Price 22,00 eu.
  14. I'm back at the beginning of autumn with this new product expected by all aircraft carrier enthusiasts, the new towing tractor currently in use with the Navy, replaces the old "mule" MD-3 model, complete with decals, photo etched and also a driver figure.
  15. Nice touch is the canopy tubings completely forgotten by Hasegawa, with open canopy is really important.
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