Discussion in 'Aircraft & Aviation' started by Dave Finkleman, Aug 8, 2014.
Just posting a pic.
There you go, nice bird. It's one of those planes you don't hear much about. An upgrade to the Mosquitos, these planes really performed well.
The Swiss had quite an eclectic collection of planes, pressing into service any plane than landed there.
The Scimitar was definitely a British plane. Some parts were ahead of time, and some of it's missions, considering the small size of their carriers, made you wonder why they bothered. Onl 76 were made. It had a very high service to flight ratio, making an F-14 Tomcat look economical! Nice models of obscure craft!
It is more ironic that an aircraft made of wood was in sea service. I seek subjects that are little known.
1/33. I sometimes do rigging, but not often.
1/33. Pretty big
Very big model. Too big. HE-111 nose was really asymmetric.
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