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1/72 Mitsubishi Ki46-III "Dinah"/Hasegawa


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Dear Colleagues,

Let me introduce you my latest work - the model of Japanese reconnaissance aircraft of the Second World War. He was stripped of any weapons and hoped only for its high speed.
No problems are observed In the assembly. Added: antenna cable, navigation lights made from transparent plastic, landing lights on the nose and landing gear allocation. All of small pictures are clickable.
Please enjoy.
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Once again outstanding work Fuad,. :goodjob:

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Nice one. I built a Matchbox Dinah back in the 70's. Mine was a much lighter eggshell colour but your scheme seems more appropriate. Nicely done. I like the Japanese aircraft as subjects of interest and the Dinah had smooth lines....like a DH Mossie

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