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Curtiss TL-32 Condor II in 1/72 - resin kit by Ardpol

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Polish company Ardpol is on final stage of preparing Curtiss TL-32 Condor II (YC-30) - a resin kit in 1/72. From producer I've got message, that there will be at least two boxes - one on wheels with Chineese markings and the second one on floats - the machine of captain Byrd.

Regards

Jerzy-Wojtek

More about Curtiss Condor II

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Curtiss_T-32_Condor_II

And Captain Byrd expedition

http://www.south-pole.com/p0000108.htm

More about Ardpol here:

http://ardpolmodels.com.pl/

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Correction - five boxes - besides Chineese and Byrd's also American Airlines, Japan (military) and US Navy:

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Regards

Jerzy-Wojtek

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Finally, a T-32 Condor in 1/72nd scale! Very nice - I especially like the Chinese one. Thank you for posting, J-W!

Regards,

Jason

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Yes, Jason! - I am also very happy about it, hoping to buy it soon

Cheers

J-W

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And not before time! I paid several arms, several legs and numerous other parts of the anatomy to buy an original funny-scale Kleeware kit about 30 years ago - just before Glencoe re-released it (mumble, mumble ...). A new one in 1:72 is more than welcome!

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After Byrd machine the second box - Chineese Condor is now available. The others boxes will follow (I hope). Please have a look how big are changies:

https://www.mojehobby.pl/products/Curtiss-TL-32-Condor-China-bomber.html#gallery_start

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Cheers

Jerzy-Wojtek

 

 

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