FW 200 Condor, photos

Discussion in 'Dream Kits & Wish Lists' started by jrts, Dec 10, 2004.

  1. jrts

    jrts Active Member

    Hi all

    A little help if can please

    I need photos or drawings of FW 200 Condor with the main ones required are:-
    Bomb Bays
    And the last any shots inside the main body of the plane, for ribbing ect.

    Thanks a lot for any help

  2. yaniv

    yaniv Active Member

    ther u go some





    some info

    Aircraft : FW 200C-4 Condor
    Year : 1939
    Engine : 4 x Bramo 323R-2 , 1200 hrs.pwr.
    Wingspan : 32.84 m
    Length : 23.85 m
    Weight : 22700 kg
    Max. speed : 360 km/h
    Ceiling : 5800 m
    Range : 4400 km
    Crew : 5
    Payload : 2100kg bombs
    Armament : 1x20mm + 3x13mm + 2x7.9mm guns
  3. jrts

    jrts Active Member


    Thanks very much I now have a good bit of info to kit bash this bird.
    Some realy good photos and links 8)

    Thanks again

  4. yaniv

    yaniv Active Member

    lol g8 man hepy thet i cold help :)

    can u gave some info on the model or pic?

    are is your disghin ?
  5. jrts

    jrts Active Member

    Hi Yaniv

    The model I have a mate got it for me of the Polish e-Bay.

    Model Kartonowy NO 32 by Model Card
    1/33 ( a nice big bird)
    Its an oldish kit but so far I have found no print fault at all and the card quality is great also.
    The information page history, tech data and cutting info is given in Polish, English and Greman
    Alround for an old model its great. The cockpit and engine detail is alright but can be improved a lot. As in the FLY Model B-17 the engines are a flat printed disc.
    A few photos of the kit

    Thanks again for the info it will help a lot

  6. yaniv

    yaniv Active Member

    the model looks realy g8 and diteling
  7. NOBI

    NOBI Active Member

    Hi Rob,

    What is dimension of that booklet? in A3 size? would be cool if build this condor an hang nearly with GPM's Gigant...
  8. jrts

    jrts Active Member

    Hi Nobi

    This is the booklet size 16.6 inch (415mm) high and 11.75 inch (295mm) width.
    Thats not a bad idea for a display with a Gigant :D
    It is a very nice model and I do look forward to building it.


  9. Atomsk

    Atomsk Member

    In what way does this model resemble an annual meeting between the leaders of the world's industrial nations?

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