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  1. Oh my. Finally. This half-scratch turned out to be more than half, and at least twice as much as I wanted to work. Nevertheless, it is here now, even if it taxed quite a bit my little grey cells. If you would like to see the construction process, please go here to the post on Britmodeller: Thanks to all who contributed to make this model better, and specially to Mika Jernfors of Arctic Decals, always providing superb graphics for these exotic projects. OO-ENC was owned by Belgian pilot Guy Hansez and gained much notoriety due to some assiduous aerial meeting par
  2. Not long ago I saw this on Getty Images while looking for something else: https://www.gettyimages.ae/license/3430428 It was love at first sight. The search begun, and I learned that there was a resin kit from Aeropoxy and an out of production vac from Aeroclub. The Aeroclub kit can be seen popping sometimes on online auctions, but is not easy to get, plus it's a bit dated. The few images I saw online of the Aeropoxy kit didn't tempt me, but in all fairness I did not have the kit on my hands, so this is subjective. I think that Contour Creative Studio produced at s
  3. Hello I am building a 1/72nd model of the Fox Moth based on the Airfix DH82 kit (that has slats). That means that without deleting those slats you are restricted to: G-ACAJ (first reg., slats) G-ACDD (second reg. as Royal Flight, slats) OO-ENC (pilot Guy Hansez, Belgian, not sure if it had slats) ZK-AEK (no slats, so no go) Not interested in modern regs. I am not keen on modeling G-ACDD as I am not particularly fond of its then owner, some prince. If you have any images of G-ACAJ, or OO-ENC showing the slats, they would be of great help for th
  4. 've just finished (at least I think so - at the moment) - DH 83 Fox Moth. Scratch build. I used parts from AZ Tiger Moth (tail, engine, propeller, parts of u/c, wheels) and spare wings (sloteless) from A-model Gipsy Moth, with new central part and mounted at different angles. Fuselage is using rear part (enlarged by width and height) of AZ Tiger, front part is completly from pieces. I used basicaly Miranda & Mercado book plans, but I tried to corect some areas regarding photos (for exmple in drawings the doors ale flat, whereas photos show that they are bulbed). Two Fox Moths were im
  5. de Havilland DH.83 Fox Moth G-ACEJ, pic thanks to Mark Mills.
  6. Aeropoxy has just released a retooled variant from its 1/72nd de Havilland DH.83 Fox Moth resin kit. Sources: https://www.facebook.com/121276231237463/photos/a.122285194469900.12687.121276231237463/1011956068836137/?type=1&theater https://aeropoxy.wordpress.com/2015/08/28/d-h-83-fox-moth-retooled/ V.P.
  7. Hi, Two Fox Moths were impressed to SEAC: MA954 was impressed 31.10.42 and was used by 3rd TAF Communications Sqn, Comilla in .44. Soc 31.7.44. MA955 was impressed 31.10.42 and was used by Bengal CU and later by 3rd TAF Communications Sqn, Comilla. Soc 31.7.44. There are at least two photos in IWM collection showing of one of those machines, they were recently quoted in a topic on this forum on SEAC types http://www.britmodeller.com/forums/index.php?/topic/234976366-india-white-seac-roundels-on-miscellaneous-types/ On the photo of second post there - presenting SEAC Fox Moth - there is s
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