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1/48 Hasegawa Maccchi C.205 Veltro ANR


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Back with the latest off the bench - Hasegawa's 1/48 Macchi C.205

 

Macchi C.205 Veltro Series III
Red 23, 1° Gruppo Caccia, 1st Squadriglia, ANR
March 1944, Udine, Italy
- True Details cockpit
- Yahu instrument panel
- Quickboost intake, exhausts, oil coolers
- Ultracast wheels
- Albion Alloys tubing gun barrels
- Sky Decals
- Riveted
- All scoops opened up

- Painted with AK Real Colors

 

On to the pics!

 

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Thanks for looking!

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1 hour ago, Pete in a shed said:

Has to be the best Veltro I've seen. The build is precision personified and the paint finish you have achieved is top notch.:partytime:

Pete

 

Can't say it any better so I'll happily agree! 😀 Your photography is excellent too.

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Thanks for the kind words, everyone! 

 

3 hours ago, Red Dog said:

All been said.

Brilliant modelling and painting.

 

Have been a bit skeptical of AK's RLM colours but they look great on your Macchi.

 

I've been using AK's Real Colors on all of my builds this year and I'm quite pleased with the RLM's. The only one I have an issue with is the 02, which I mix 50/50 with 75 to get a shade I think is correct. They're also a joy to spray - they go down with the ease of Tamiya acrylics and dry to nice satin sheen like MrColor lacquers

 

74/75/76 again on my 109G-6:

 

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81 (Dark Green) / 75 / 76 (Late) on my 190A-8

 

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And for fun, 76 and 83 (Blue) on my what-if He162:

 

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I'm also impressed with some of their other colors, like the VVS colors on my La-7:

 

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And PRU Blue on my Spit XIX:

 

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An absolutely superb Macchi C.205, along with those other five beauties! Looking at all of them it looks like I should give AK Real Colours a try especially is they spray and dry as well as Mr Colour lacquers.

 

Terry

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