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Today I want to present last of my finished previously small helis - Mil Mi-2 from Lotnicze Pogotowie Ratunkowe (Air Rescue Service). Mi-2 were for years "workhorses" in Poland. Nowadays all are retired and replaced by EC135.

As usually with civilian versions a lot of scratch (especially inside) has to be done :)

Sorry if I've added too many photos, but... I just like this model :)

 

If anyone is interested in a report "WiP" is available on the Polish forum 

 

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That is a cracking build.  I personally find helicopters quite a challenge to do, especially ones with lots of glass in them.  The weathering effects on this is particularly good.

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