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Konrad

CH-118 Iroquois (UH-1H), Italeri 1247, 1:72

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Realizing the request of the descent falcon from Agusta topic I present my older model (the second in my life helicopter) CH-118 (Canadian version of UH-1H) made around Feb 2018.

 

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And "family photo" with CH-113

 

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Looks great!

Nicely weathered and displayed.

I enjoy non-military RFIs, as they are often eye-catching in their colours and designs.

😎

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33 minutes ago, kapam said:

Looks great!

Nicely weathered and displayed.

I enjoy non-military RFIs, as they are often eye-catching in their colours and designs.

😎

er, that is a Canadian Military scheme.

 

Tony

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I I was wondering how the Italeri one looks. Still faintly remember seeing these flying the odd time and the famous thump from the rotors. These models look good.

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That looks lovely

Andy

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1 hour ago, Colin @ Freightdog Models said:

Looks great. Are the bulged windows included in kit, and did you use any other aftermarket parts? 

 

Colin

Colin - I thermoformed it by myself (it's easy: cut in cardboard rectangle in original window size, gently heat a plate of clear plastic, push plastic thru hole in cardboard using round punch) :)

 

I found a photo with showed "scratched" elements

 

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And some with inside :)

 

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Hello Konrad,

What a joy to see these colorful choppers from the CAF.

I suspect that there is a lot of detail in de UH-1H.

Regards, Orion / The Netherlands

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22 hours ago, Tony Edmundson said:

er, that is a Canadian Military scheme.

Oops!  Still better than olive drab or army green or air force grey, for a change, once in a while.

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Great build, really eye catching

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