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1/72 AMP Fairey Ultralight helicopter

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Hello,

I would like to present my AMP 1/72 Fairey Ultralight helicopter.  Nice little kit, fun to build.  Tiny though!!! Completed last year.

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Thanks for looking

Aaron

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The original egg plane.

A lovely build of something that could/should have been produced in numbers.

I have a vague memory of it being launched from the back of a truck.

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This is ludicrously small! Lovely work must have tested your skill and eyesight 

 

Rob

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59 minutes ago, Alpha Delta 210 said:

I really like that! I'm sure that I've seen one in a museum.

Coventry?

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Oh that little thing is so cute!

Well done, incredibly small to work with.

Cheers

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That's a little buet.  You will have to put a strobe light on it so it doesn't get lost in the cabinet.😀

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Oh! Lovely helicopter and great job done on it. Seems main challenge during construction was not to accedentally drop it into paint bottle :)

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A very nice model. Built one last year of the same aircraft but with 'Royal Navy' titles and put the WIP and RFI on here. The small size is a bit of challenge, but worth the effort I think.

It was demonstrated landing on the back of a Ford ET6 flatbed at a Farnborough airshow and two survive. One at the Midland Aircraft Museum, Coventry and the other at the British Rotorcraft Museum at West on Super Mare. 

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On 2/14/2019 at 7:40 PM, Pete in Lincs said:

The original egg plane.

A lovely build of something that could/should have been produced in numbers.

I have a vague memory of it being launched from the back of a truck.

This should help bring you upto speed

 

 

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