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I am still waiting for the canopy masks for the Vultee Valiant--we have had a national holiday which has slowed down the post. So I'll press on with this little monoplane, by coincidence, another green and orange paint job. This time from Sweden. I like the orange wings and the big yellow numbers... The sprue...not many pieces. --John
Scottish Aviation Bulldog 1:48 Heritage Aviation Models Ltd. The Bulldog is best known as the RAF's basic trainer through the 70s and beyond, with the last of them being sold in 2001 to make way for the Grob Tutor. The aircraft began life as a product of Beagle Aircraft in the late 60s, which was taken over by Scottish Aviation when Beagle ceased trading, with the majority of the aircraft constructed at Prestwick Airport, where the prototype originally flew. Its only other operator from new was the Swedish Air Force, who were in fact the earliest user taking delivery of 58 aircraft