1/72 PZL P-11c - From WW1 to WW2 GB

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  1. A4K

    A4K Well-Known Member

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    #1 A4K, Nov 1, 2012
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    User name: A4K
    Name: Evan
    Category: 2 - Intermediate

    Type: PZL P-11c
    Subject: Aircraft '10', 161 Eskadra Mysliwska (161 Fighter squadron), Early 1939
    Kit: RPM #72011
    Scale: 1:72
    Accessories: Techmod decals #72120B - PZL P-11c
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    This is my first entry in this build. Kit and decals were very kindly supplied by Wojtek (dziekuje my friend!)

    Aircraft '10' was chosen purely because I love it's pre-war upper wing markings! :)
    I believe these would have been overpainted at outbreak of hostilities, judging by same markings in Olive drab supplied on the sheet, for which no explanation is given.


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  2. Rogi

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    Very cool, she looks very tiny :)
     
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    I'll say... 1:72 makes for a small bird.... Good luck with this one...

    Charles
     
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    I'll say! I have one in 1/48 on my shelf, and it is small. Great to see one of the coolest fighter designs ever in this build!
     
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    Loooove the PZL P-11c!

    Great choice Evan!
     
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    Ha, when I caught site of it, the wings suddenly reminded me of the serving trays at the drive-in....

    Should be a cracker.
     
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    Good on you Even, yet another unusual and interesting machine, must say I like the gull wing.
     
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    Nice choice Evan.
     
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    Nice one Evan. Boy its going to be tiny in 1/72
     
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    #12 A4K, Nov 2, 2012
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    Cheers guys! Do love her gull wing myself...

    Kit measures out at L: 102 mm, Span: 149 mm. Not huge, but the Fokker Dr.I and Polikarpov I-16 in the collection are even smaller!

    (Thanks for stickying the thread Wojtku!)
     
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    You'r welcome Evan. :)
     
  14. Wayne Little

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    Ok then Evan...no bullsh!t man, get this one done I want to see your best mate! :D:D:D
     
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    nice one Evan, fancy this one in 1/48 same markings as well
     
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    evan very cool plane. i like it.
     
  17. A4K

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    Cheers guys!

    Parts are off the sprues and being cleaned up. Quite a bit to correct with the kit, working out the best plan of attack.
     
  18. Wayne Little

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    ok then, away we go...
     
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    Looking forward to seeing it progress Evan.
     
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