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Last year, after advice and suggestions from BM airliner cognoscenti I took a punt on a rather battered looking Revell 747/Shuttle combination. To my surprise and relief both the 747 and the Shuttle were both intact with only the decals in a sad shape. It was the 747 that I was interested in but after working on it for a while I couldn’t help but have a closer look at the Shuttle. I go back to the first launch on April ‘81 and remember the media’s concern about the integrity of the tiles and what would happen if they failed and so on. I followed most every launch for years after that unti
Mitsubishi A6M2a Zero Type 11 Combo 1:72 Hasegawa The Mitsubishi A6M Type 0 which became more infamously known simply as the 'Zero' entered operational service in 1940 as a replacement for the A5m which its self only entered service in 1937. The brief was to design an aircraft that had to make use of available engines which was a limiting factor at that time with outputs of sub 1000hp. To meet the need for a high performance long range fighter, the solution was to keep weight to an absolute minimum. This was partly achieved through a clever design using a new light weigh