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Finally, I got to the finish flag with my LeO! The slow progress has been predominantly something that I’ve allowed while my over enthusiastic brain has concentrated on other projects. Note to self: limit my number of concurrent builds! A GB build thread here: As you can see, and you will all know by now, she is a LeO 453S (“S” for sauvetage, safety/rescue in English), modelled as one of the machines of the SASM99 unit based in Maison Blanche, Algeria, in the 1950s. This air unit emerged from the air sea rescue sections created after WW2 when France, signatory to the O.A
French Wings 4 - Lioré et Olivier LeO 45 Azur FR.ROM The Lioré et Olivier LeO 45 was a French medium bomber from WWII. The aircraft was an effective bomber however it appeared too late to have much effect on the Battle for France. Even though the first prototypes were built in 1938 the shortage of propellers and the change from the original Hispano-Suiza engines led to only 22 aircraft being delivered by the start of WWII. The aircraft were particularly distinguishable by the large 20m cannon fitted for rearwards defence. In the end over 400 aircraft were produced and these would be use
Found this on Hyperscale. All in French, But, A very impressive build article on using an ancient Leo 45 WW2 bomber model to make an underwater diorama. There are also similar diorama's from other builders. If you have a crap kit & a picture frame, This could be the thing to do. http://www.master194.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=4&t=74692 Enjoy Pete