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1/32 - de Havilland DH.89 Dragon Rapide resin kit by Lukgraph Resin Kits - 3D renders

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Ooh I hope the wallet can withstand this one! 

 

Cheers,

  WV908

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At long last ! . I hope someone does the 50s BEA markings for it , very smart ! .

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What an impressive model this will be! Thank you LukGraph!

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Be still my beating heart! Now we've just got to talk Lucasz into doing a DH84 ...

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Lovely aircraft, about time we had a decent one.

 

A photo of one I took back in 2018. 

 

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I`ve never built a Lukgraph kit , for those who have , how do they compare with Silver Wings kits ? .

Let`s hope Aims put out the rigging wires set as per the one for the Gladiator , they are very prominent on this bird ! .

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Am I the only Britmodeller user who finds the organization of the forums needlessly complex and perplexing?  I would never in a million years have thought to look in a “rumourmonger” area for a new kit announcement.  It’s not a rumour, it’s a fact.  Not the same thing at all.

8 hours ago, Don149 said:

I`ve never built a Lukgraph kit , for those who have , how do they compare with Silver Wings kits ? .

Let`s hope Aims put out the rigging wires set as per the one for the Gladiator , they are very prominent on this bird ! .

 

Lukgraph kits are superb.  Some of the best resin that’s ever been produced.

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Thanks North Bay Kid ! , I`ll be having one , sod the expense . I had three flights in them around the `50s time .

Always wanted one in this scale .

                                                    Don .

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