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Just a query and thread idea. These two aircraft are incredibly important in aviation history. I'm not sure which is more so, I suspect the Potez XXV (25). If you have arrived here, you will surely have a little interest in these aircraft? https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Potez_25 Four thousand built. Where are the injection moulded choices? https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Potez_25 Approx 2700 built, and look at that list of operators (for both aircraft). Where are the injection moulded
Hi I have just finished it. This is CASA-Breguet 19 A2 with W-type Elizalde engine. I had a single kit of an elusive Polish company producing some years ago very interesting short-run kits. It was hard to me do a choice of version, so I decided to breed it a bit. I did the CASA-Breguet 19 A2 (presentsd now) and I am still constructing version 19.8 of Royal Yugoslavian Airforces. I have feeling that HIt Kit made very short series of this 19.8 as well, but there are no traces of this in net. the WIP thread is here: Shortly - the model is made of some plastic original parts but whole
As promised in this thread here is a rapid review of the Airmodel vacuformed kit. The contents comes in a sealed bag, as usual with Airmodel vacs: instructions, two sheets of 1mm thick vacuformed plastic some epoxi resin detail parts. No decals are included. I must add that whenever I received kits acquired in Airmodel site they arrived well packed in card boxes protected inside by foam or newspaper. The instructions consists on a folded A3 sheet with a resumed history of the plane (in German and English), some black and white profiles and an exploded view of the parts. The fuselage