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The only prototype of PZL P.6, the first radial-engined gull wing fighter designed by Zygmunt Puławski. Pilot: Bolesław Orliński, who was the PZL company test pilot. In late summer 1931 he displayed the P.6 at National Air Races in Cleveland, USA. The PZL P.6 was destroyed just a month later in an accident but it became predecessor of famous line of Polish gull wing fighters.

 

Kit: Arma-Hobby (1/72). My first resin build.

 

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Excellent build and finish, first class modelling !

 

Wulfman

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4 hours ago, Vinnie said:

That's a good looking model and superbly photographed.

Definitely have to agree. And it's your first resin kit too. 

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Great small model!

Regrads

J-W

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