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Fuad

1/72 Arsenal-Delanne 10C.2, Planet Models

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Have a nice day, ladies and gentlemen. 
Today I want to introduce you the model of very unusual aircraft. Judging by the unusual appearance of this apparatus, the French also smoked something very strong))).
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There's plenty of "odd" and "strange" French aircraft designs of the 30s/40s.

This one is particularly weird, so I support your suspicion of hallucinogenic materials in the construction bureau.

 

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Wow! Its a machine at has always been on my weird list! ;) A great build :)

 

Martin

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That looks crazy! In which direction is it flying 😀 ? Superbly built oddity really.

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Nice work, great photos.  But in that last photo there is this giant hand coming out of the sky and stealing the airplane!!

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I didn't believe it so I had to google the plane. It did exist. Apparently the Germans even took one away for evaluation. Amazing build and superb paintwork, Fuad.

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1 hour ago, jeaton01 said:

 But in that last photo there is this giant hand coming out of the sky and stealing the airplane!!

 

I thought it was the test pilot's first attempt at landing the thing!!

 

Great model as usual Fuad!

 

Keith

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This is the kind of aircraft that is so ugly that it's quite cute. Nice model as usual.

Thanks for sharing it!

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Beautiful model of an unusual aeroplane! It's so weird the Soviets could have built it.

 

Regards,

 

Jason

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Beautiful job, as always!...very nice choice!!

 

Luiz.

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What a great model of a truly bizarre aircraft. I can’t imagine how the pilot managed to taxi it without running off the taxiway/runway, let alone land the thing!

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One word; Woooww!
I really like those French 'near-what-ifs', the other being the sncase se.100.
The finish looks so crisp, it could pass for a 1/48 imho. Really cool.

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Congratulations Fuad

 

May i suggest you dilute your vodka in future, I think you have made this up out of your parts box by mistake !

 

Seriously it looks the business mate.

 

It actually looks like it should have been a pusher with the cockpit at the front, prop driving from the rear.

 

cheers Pat

 

 

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I was given the same kit as a gift.

 

I haven't had a crack at it yet but I look forward to it.

 

Planet Model kits require a bit of skill and knowledge in the build I believe so I'm working up to it!

 

Great version of a very unusual aircraft

 

Cheers

 

Bruce 

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Great model and great introduction too.  When I read that I was drinking some coffee...….. which almost managed to exit my body through my nose.  ☕🤧

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