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Love GT40 Modelworks is to release a 1/48th Fiat G-91T resin conversion set. Source: https://www.facebook.com/alsoldatino/posts/2530747050536796 This will complete my G-91 kits collection. For the record, the rarest being the ADV Models' G-91Y Yankee link V.P.
Hello Guys, here is my new project for the next few months, a FIAT G.91 R/1 in charge with the A.M.I. (Aeronautica Militare Italiana) from the '60s to the '90s. The model is a limited edition resin kit by DAYGLO MODELS. Main parts are in grey resin, very well casted, bubble-free. Also included in the box are metal undercarriages, pitot tube, a small PE sheet and a decal sheet for the German G.91 R/3 only... Not a kit for absolute beginners... Instruction sheet is big and clear printed but you have to take
Next 1/72nd (wrong scale to me...) Meng Model aircraft kit will be a Fiat G-91R1/3 Gina (ref. DS-004) Source: http://www.meng-mode.../new.php?id=349 V.P.
Fiat G.91 Gina Meng - 1/72 In 1953 NATO issued a specification for a new lightweight tactical support aircraft. This competition was designed to produce an aircraft that was light, small, and expendable (great term!). It was to be equipped with basic avionics and weapons systems. The thinking at the time was that there was a threat to large airbases from Nuclear weapons, and that many more cheaper aircraft could be easily dispersed without a large support back up. NATO countries were also looking to counter the trend for larger and more expensive aircraft. The technical requirements fo