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  1. ICM is to release 1/48th Cessna O-2 kits in 2020 - ref. 48290 - Cessna O-2A Skymaster, American Reconnaissance Aircraft - released Source: https://www.hannants.co.uk/product/ICM48290 - ref. 48291 - Cessna O-2A US Navy Service - released Source: https://www.hannants.co.uk/product/ICM48291 V.P.
  2. Hi This is a little build from the ICM Cessna O2 Skymaster The build requier some attention but with the help of Mr Putty, you can build it. The only problem that I seen too late is the main gear bars too thin. It give a angle to the wheels. If you don't have the same problem, buy a metal gear legs or reinforce it Another view Cessna O2 Skymaster
  3. Hi all For this new build, I choosed a ICM kit of a little plane : the Cessna O2 Skymaster. This plane was used by the US Air Force in Viet Nam War. It was popularised by the movie "BAT 21" with Gene Hackman and Dany Glover This twin engine plane has the particularity having a push pull configuration with a engine in the front and an engine in the rear The ICM kit has only 3 sprue : two in the grey plastic for the plane and one for the clear parts. I start the build with the cockpit/engine ICM give some instructions for the
  4. Roden is to release in 2016 a 1/32nd Cessna O-2 Skymaster kit - ref.620 Source: http://www.frogmodelaircraft.co.uk/phpBB3/viewtopic.php?f=18&t=323 V.P.
  5. Cessna O-2A Skymaster Roden 1:32 Cessna O-2A Skymaster In the early 1960s, the Cessna aircraft company built a small commercial aircraft, the Model 337. Compared with similar aircraft of the same class, it had an unusual layout: a tractor engine in front, and a pusher in the rear. Instead of the classic fuselage layout, two booms extended backwards from the wing, which were connected by the horizontal tail assembly. The aircraft could carry two crew members, and four passengers or up to 450 kg of payload. It was quite successful commercially, but Cessna also hoped to fin
  6. LiftHere! is to release 1/72nd Reims-Cessna FBT 337G Skymaster resin kits - ref. LHM038 - Reims Cessna FBT337G Minirole (Portugese Air Force) Source: https://www.aviationmegastore.com/reims-cessna-fbt337g-minirole-portugese-air-force-expected-end-of-2017-lhm038-lift-here-decals-lhm038-aircraft-scale-modelling/product/?action=prodinfo&art=147788 - ref. LHM041- Reims Cessna FBT337G Rhodesian Lynx Source: https://www.aviationmegastore.com/rhodesian-lynx-expected-end-of-2017-lhm041-lift-here-dec
  7. C-54D Skymaster Revell 1:72 The Skymaster from Douglas was a four engine transport aircraft developed for the USAAF during WWII. Like its predecessor the C-47 its was also developed from an a civilian airliner; in this case the DC-4. The DC-4 started life back in 1935 from a requirement of United Air Lines for a larger and more sophisticated replacement for the DC-3. The DC-4 had a planned capacity of 42 passengers and would be the first large aircraft to feature a nosewheel. Other new features would be boosted flight controls, and air-conditioning. The prototype would fly in 1938 with
  8. Cessna Skymaster. This is a Reims Cessna FTB337G Milirole; military F337G with Sierra Industries Robertson STOL modifications and under-wing hard-points, 61 were built. This aircraft was operated by The Portuguese Air Force, pic thanks to Vitor Sousa.
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