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Tachikawa Ki-9 biplane trainer
JackG posted a topic in Ready for Inspection - AircraftThis is a Choroszy resin kit in 1/72 scale. This particular aircraft was also known as the Spruce, codenamed by the Allies during WWII. The build involved some scratch building to add finer details, particularly the main wing struts. Side by side comparison with the Fujimi Claude: regards, Jack
1/144 - Tachikawa-Kokusai Ta-Gō by Brengun - released
Homebee posted a topic in The RumourmongerBrengun is to release soon a 1/144th Tachikawa-Kokusai Ta-Gō kit - ref. BRS144053 Source: https://www.facebook.com/HaulerBrengun/posts/1722887717869869 Test build V.P.
Ushimodels (https://ushimodels.com/) has just released a 1/72nd - Tachikawa Ki 94-I resin kit - ref. 72002 Sources: https://ushimodels.com/ki94i.html https://ushimodel.stores.jp/items/5cf8aa51c3a9672a13ff577a https://www.hobbyland.jp/shop/shopdetail.html?brandcode=000000080078 https://www.facebook.com/hobbyland.osaka/photos/a.1005009702919063/2443310839088935 V.P.
1/72 - Tachikawa Ki-94-II by RS Models - released
Homebee posted a topic in The RumourmongerRS Models is to release a 1/72nd Tachikawa Ki-94-II kit - ref. 92240 Source: https://www.rsmodels.cz/en/p/185/92240-tachikawa-ki-94-ii V.P.
Manchukuo Imperial Air Force Tachikawa Ki 55
Brad posted a topic in Ready for Inspection - AircraftThis is the Fujimi kit in 1/72. It's painted in gunze Japanese orange yellow with the Manchukuo roundels masked and painted with my compass cutter. It's not a bad little kit, but some attention needs to be paid to the windscreen which is probably the worst fitting part in the kit, but it scrubs up alright with some elbow grease. It certainly is bright, so I won't lose this on a contest table!