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Dear fellow modellers, greetings from Italy. Here you are, just finished, my Special Hobby Re 2005 Sagittario. The kit is a bit tricky like all Special Hobby ones but a lot better compared to others from the same brand. This airplane has a beatufil design, one of my favourites, and it'a pity that there is only one camouflage applicable and very few decals options... unfortunately to few of them entered in service and for a very short time. The model is basically OOB. I've just added Eduard seatbelts, scrhatched some internal details and cut the control surfaces on
Hi, My third topic for today, also from archive shelvs: Reggiane fighters family. In mid 1930. the Seversky P-35 determined standard for modern fighter for a while. This was a low wing, all metal, close canopy machine with radial air-cooled engine and retractable undercarridge. The most close to this "ideal" was Italian project - Reggiane Re 2000. In Swedish army they were then both in use, and it takes a while to be sure if there is Reggiane or Seversky on the photo Then European companies developed alternative concept- with V-engines (RR, Daimler or Hispano-Suiza), liquid cooled and th