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Wojtek2

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  1. And few panels at underside wing surface are lapped as well (1/48 SH Spitfire).
  2. This is true, but it can be said about the various desirable features of modern kits. In addition, the lack of rivets leaves room for improvement for a potential competitor.
  3. And maybe worth considering a better way of representing dzus fasteners than far from reality proudly protruding above the surface..... "Old" Tamiya Spitfire I/V showed the right way in this respect imho.
  4. The wing "posted" here - https://www.pwm.org.pl/viewtopic.php?f=14&t=88798 look more like Arma Hobby one, or am I wrong?
  5. A small correction: according to https://www.1944.pl/powstancze-biogramy/malgorzata-o-brien-de-lacy,54260.html - Patryk's son - Hugon - was the pilot. Patryk was 57 in 1945 - a little too old to be a fighter pilot. Patryk O'Brien de Lacy was at that time "in Oflag VI B near Dössel (now a district of Warburg), where he stayed until the liberation of the camp by the US Army in April 1945".
  6. Attack Squadron did "Two stage supercharger engines for Mosquito" but 1/72 scale: http://www.attacksquadron.pl/en/2017/03/03/dh-mosquito-172-scale-resin-accessories/ Arma Hobby info"...Attack Squadron brand production has been cancelled....Production rights were sold to Czech company Brengun…" Brengun 1/72 set (http://www.hauler.cz/e-shop/1-72-accessories-21/dh-98-mosquito-two-stage-merlin-1584) is cheaper than the set in the title,, so rather definitely Brengun offers 1/48 set as well.
  7. After all, all these helicopters from the Eastern Bloc look similar to each other :).
  8. No , - only slightly similar silhouettes, completely different helicopters - you have most probably Aeroplast Mi-2 (quite decent kit) https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mil_Mi-2 Answer kit is PZL Sokol (state of the art kit) https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/PZL_W-3_Sokół
  9. There are concave and convex rivets on the model - just cut off the convex ones, paste upside down in place of the concave and voila. Over 3000 pcs. as they write in the blog . Sorry for the off top.
  10. Hurricane standard is passé : http://armahobbynews.pl/en/blog/2019/10/10/yak-made-a-huge-difference/
  11. Pleasure of watching. Let me notice that it is worth trying to adjust the rear edge of the canopy - it should touch the hull in the open position as well, unlike Fw-190 for example.
  12. Very nice, but why did they choose those toilet letters for the squadron back then ? :)
  13. Well, they decided not to get rich easily :). Hope I'm wrong.
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