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1/72 - Aerocentre NC-1071 resin kit by Akatombo Works - released

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After the NC-1070 (http://www.britmodeller.com/forums/index.php?/topic/235004299-172-aerocentre-nc-1070-resin-kit-by-akatombo-works-released/), Akatomto Works is to release in July 2017 a 1/72nd Aerocentre NC-1071 resin kit.

Source: http://akatombo.world.coocan.jp/index.htm

 

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I can never look at this beast, in the best tradition of ugly French bombers, without thinking of the similar-looking and similarly-named NCC-1701.

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In progress.
Source: https://www.facebook.com/atsushi.koyanagi.520/posts/1377654898997612?pnref=story

 

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AEROCENTRE NC.1071 1/72 Scale Span: 27.77cm Length: 14.9cm

A new model kit for the Wonder Festival in the summer of 2017, propeller twin plane the AEROCENTRE NC.1070
changed the R. R. Nine jet engine and made it a jet
It is NC.1071. Since the actual machine has a total width of 20.00 m and a total length of 10.75 m, on the 1/72 scale the full width:
It becomes 27.77 cm, the total length 14.9 cm.

I thought that parts can be diverted from the old aero center NC.1070 that was exhibited last summer
However, the rear end of the fuselage is extended and the inner wing portion of the main wing is also different. The fuselage and the outer wing are old parts parts
Processed as core and took a new silicon type.
Cutting of new parts is completed in early July, Silicon mold removal from finished parts
It is hanging on.

 

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