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These are all old builds, and in retrospect should have been posted at the beginning of these series. They often represent the first, hesitant steps on scratchbuilding. Here is another from 2007, 12 years ago (original text as posted then): With a Span of 9.2 meters and a length of 6 meters, this cute little plane was designed in Belgium to carry small perishable cargo in short hops (many of the little flowers carried by Poirot in his tussy-mussy were transported by this plane). Its simple lines and somewhat funny proportions make it a very good candidate for scratch. It flew for a short time in 1931 and left us with a smart, chubby and stumpy appearance that is hard to resist. 20's and 30's of are a vast field of aviation glamor, populated with remarkable designs where you can find attractive, lesser known types that can widen the scope of your modeling subjects. I hope the charm of this son of the Golden Era will be for you as attractive as it is for me.