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Dear all; If I may ask your help, please confirm or correct my understanding based on reading the various antenna threads here; Spitfire EN824 (Mk.Vb) manufactured in May 1942 and lost the following month would have had only the IFF wires, tail plane to fuselage. Spitfire MK324 (Mk.IX) manufactured in February 1944 and lost two months later would have had no antenna wires at all. Many thanks. Mark.
Modern AFV UHF Antennas 1:35 Master Models Modern AFVs often sprout many antenna and getting them to look right on models can be frustrating. These two sets from Master Models are designed for the IBG KTO Rosomak but can be used on a variety of vehicles. UHF Antenna [35-016] This set has a resin antenna mount which is shipped in a foam collar for protection. The short tube fits into the mount and the whip antenna to the tube. UHF Antenna with tilt adaptor [35-017] This set has a resin antenna mount which is shipped in a foam collar for protection. The short tube fits into the mount and the whip antenna to the tube like the above set. The addition here is a tilt mount which can be fitted between the base and the whip antenna . This has a small resin adjustment cog, and a couple of very small mounting pins (not shown) Conclusion These will certainly add something to your finished model, though be careful with them as the carpet monster will also be attracted to them. Review sample courtesy of Piotr at
Hi, Yet another newbie question Can somebody please point me to a place where I can find more information about the name, size and construction of this antenna type used by the Russian Navy, as shown below? I would like to scratch built it for my next project. In case you have more information about how to build it, that would be even more helpful. Thanks! Cristian
Hi, I intend on starting a series of builds for WW1 bi-planes. As such I am looking for the best products for the rigging in 1/48 scale. I have looked at Bob's Buckle's and he suggests fishing line. However I cannot find a fishing line that is thin enough to simulate rigging. Also, what do people use on their WW2 aircraft that have antenna's (from cockpit to tail). I don't like using stretched spru, and again, I have found that fishing line loses it's tension very quickly. Any advise is greatly appreciated. Danny ps. I am in Australia
Hello everyone! I am new to the forum and modeling in general. I would like to ask a couple of questions on the F-5 tiger . I see that the swiss F-5E's have a long blade type antenna on their fuselage spines and for some reason the ex swiss AF F-5N's for the US aggressors lack them. Why was the antenna removed on the US aggressor aircraft?