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Here is the other Miles Magister Mk.I of Heroes Models in 1:144 scale that I finished this week. It represents R1918 of 312 (Czechoslovak) Sqn, RAF, UK, 1941. This is a delightful resin kit with the windscreens made from thin plastic sheet and the exhaust pipe from plastic rod. Obviously some work is involved and for more information see my WIP in the Kampfgruppe144 forum: http://www.kampfgruppe144.com/phpBB3/viewtopic.php?f=66&t=7326. As with the other kit, it was built OOB with my only addition being the underwing pitot. I'm aware the main legs are in the extended
Here is one of a pair of kits I finished this week. It's a Miles Magister Mk.I of Heroes Models in 1:144 scale. It represents 1208 of the Força Aérea Portuguesa, at Base Aérea Nº 2, Ota, Portugal, in 1952. Portugal received 10 Magisters in 1946 serving under the Aeronáutica Militar. When this merged with the Aviação Naval to form the Força Aérea Portuguesa in July 1952, 10 new serial numbers were allocated even though several had been withdrawn form service. The Magister was officially withdrawn from service that same year although there are reports of one still being used from
Heroes Models from Italy has just released a 1/144th SIAI SF-260 Marchetti resin kit - ref. HM-K14411 Sources: https://heroesmodels.it/shop/models/1-144-sf-260-international-trainer-resin-kit/ https://www.facebook.com/heroesmodels.it/photos/a.781749755330307/1589730874532187/ https://www.facebook.com/heroesmodels.it/posts/1590675067771101 https://www.facebook.com/heroesmodels.it/photos/a.781749755330307/1591150751056866 V.P.