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Moa

Hanriot H-431 -1928, 1/72 Scratchbuilt

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I will post today, with your indulgence, Three Old Builds from my times as a sinner.

Their only purpose for me is to illustrate examples of scratchbuilding.

Here is the third one.

In my defense I would say that these machines never fired a shot, being Uruguay the peaceful, welcoming and charming little country it is. 

These models were made as a commission, long ago, for a local collector. 

Once again Aeroclub accessories saved the day.

The Hanriot H-431 (derived from the H-43 was 1928 a biplane of metal fuselage for training purposes powered by a Loraine Mizar radial engine.

Uruguay ended up with one which is the subject of this article; a nice model to make, without too many complications.

The accompanying images show as usual the building process.

 

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Another masterpiece from the Moa workshop/hangar. I do like the way in which you have added the ribs to the fuselage sides. Thanks again for the build images - always useful for new ideas.

 

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12 minutes ago, pheonix said:

Another masterpiece from the Moa workshop/hangar. I do like the way in which you have added the ribs to the fuselage sides. Thanks again for the build images - always useful for new ideas.

 

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You are more than kind.

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