1/72 PZL P.24G - Aircraft in Foreign Service WWII

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  1. pattle

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    #1 pattle, Dec 18, 2013
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    User Name: Pattle
    First Name: Kev
    Category: Intermediate
    Scale: 1/72
    Manufacturer: Azur
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    Here I am with Azur's PZL P.24. The kit looks good, not the greatest mind, but pretty good. The kit comes with photo etched and resin parts, the model will be Delta 102, Argos airfield, April 1941, I'm not sure what Mira D102 belonged to but will look it up. I have had this kit in my stash for a while with some other Greek stuff from 1941 and have been pondering over the correct paint colours etc, so looking forward to cracking on with them now I'm finally ready.

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    I'll say. Wojtek (aka Wurger) will love you for this. He's kinda partial to Polish aircraft !

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    Great subject Kev, and I didn't know the type was used by the Greek (Hellenic?) Air Force. Looks like the kit comes in a posh package too!!!!
     
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    The PZL P-24 have never been used by the PAF. All planes were an export manufacturing. I'm looking forward to the build. :thumbright:
     
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    Cool choice Kev. Looking forward to it.
     
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    Interesting little machine Kev and all those titchy resin parts, oh my you'll have fun.
     
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    OK, just so I know I'm not going crazy, somebody has been deleting posts here right?
     
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    Bring it on Kev.
     
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    I don't think so, maybe you are getting this PZL thread mixed up with the Potez thread I have?
     
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    Yeah, that's it. Whew! Thanks Kev.
     
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    It's an age thing......
     
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    :lol: or "too much of butter" effect.
     
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    Too much C- and T-Stoff? Naaaah.....must be the age thing, totally!

    Good one Kev! :thumbright:
     
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    ....screw the lid back on the bottle Andy...the fumes might be getting to you...
     
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