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The second resin kit I'd thought I'd do for the group build. Another parasol monoplane, but a rare one for Yugoslavia as they only had one D.Ibis for a short time for trials before sending back to the factory. They did however buy a load of the CI versions. Anyway, the kit has a prototype sent to Japan with decals only for that aircraft, so I'll have to hit the spares and some freehand painting for the Yugoslav one. A simple kit (oh yeah he says... we will see) with few very well done crisp resin parts. It forms part of a collection of interwar 1930 ~ 1941 Royal Yugoslav Air Force I've bee
Oh boy a chance to actually start building those resin kits I knew I was going to start in this lifetime. So I decided on two, this here is an old long out of production L&M 1/72 scale resin kit bought off eBay recently as I'm in a Yugoslav mood this year and that, unfortunately means having to build short run kits to cover the major types. Few parts, fairly good castings so what the hell could go wrong? I have on order some etched WWI wheel spokes from Eduard which are probably going to be completely useless here as the smallest diameter is 7.2mm while the kits are ??mm sinc
I've always wanted to make this model, and now it's my turn. Lightweight work model, it fits perfectly. The aircraft I worked on belonged to a squadron that defended Belgrade and Serbia from the attack by German forces on April 6, 1941. Here are the pictures, enjoy.