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hadzi

Caudron C-445 Goeland - RS Models 1/72

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The airplane was flown by Polish pilots in one of the Polish Training Units:
- Centrum Wyszkolenia Lotnictwa - Lyon-Bron,
- ośrodku szkoleniowym - Clermont Ferrand,
- ośrodku szkoleniowym - Istres,
- Oddziale Wyszkolenia w Powietrzu - Corbas,
- ośrodku szkoleniowym - Salon,
- Centrum Wyszkolenia - Rennes,
- Szkole Pilotażu nr 101 (Ecole de Pilotage No 101) - St Cyr.
The registration at wing bottom is painted.

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Very neat! An aircraft you don't see very often.

How "short-runish" was the kit and how did you paint the registration (free-hand with a brush or with masks)?

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1 minute ago, Doc72 said:

Very neat! An aircraft you don't see very often.

How "short-runish" was the kit and how did you paint the registration (free-hand with a brush or with masks)?

Kit isn't perfect, especially undercarriage and the glass parts. There are no radiators on the underside of the engine covers. For the Registration I used painting masks other markings are kit decals. I also painted the French markings on the rudder and the stabilizer.

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Beautiful model. The metal finish is very nice, which is particularly difficult on short-run kit. Bravo.

What primer/paint did you used?

 

Cheers,

 

Antoine

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18 hours ago, AntoineG said:

Beautiful model. The metal finish is very nice, which is particularly difficult on short-run kit. Bravo.

What primer/paint did you used?

 

Cheers,

 

Antoine

Thank you. I used Gunze Surfacer 1200. For matt Aluminium Gunze Silver 8, for "metall parts" BILMODEL 9900 Super Fine Silver.

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A beautiful model of a subject that is rarely seen.

 

Superb photography showing every angle of the model too.

 

Thank you Jerzy.

 

regards,  adey

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