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pivokrevnik

Aer.Macchi C.202 Folgore - 1/72 Hasegawa

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Greetings,

 

this is Hasegawa C.202 kit converted into early series version using my own (Airone Hobby) aftermarket - early intake without sand filter, plus correct seat with seat belts. Fabric effect on control surfaces is shaded using Airone Hobby masks.

Model represents a machine piloted by Emanuele Annoni sometime in Autumn 1941.

 

 

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Most excellent C 202 !

Not many people dare to attempt this color scheme … me included… your result is stunning!

Best greetings from Vienna,

Roman

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Very nice camo job.

 

The painting looks great!

 

The aftermarket looks great!

 

Luiz

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Molto bella! Best 1/72 Folgore I have seen in quite a while! Very nice cockpit and wheel bays, too! 👍

Mike

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Beautiful!! Well done. Lovely job on the camouflage scheme.

 

Miguel

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Lovely job mate, and an excellent job on the 'poached egg' camouflage scheme B) 

 

Cheers,

 

Stew

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Hello

 

I'm jealous with your result. This is really a winner. Thanks for sharing.

 

Patrick

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Great work and lovely paint job... well done.

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Really beautiful.  Nice to see an Italian plane.

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Very nice model, love the colour scheme, lesser known than the more often reproduced smoke rings but IMHO maybe even more attractive !

Great job on the wheel wells too, a lot of detail in there

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Anyone who can paint such difficult camo on such a small model is akin to a great artist/painter......splendid job on the macchi!

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