Captured Russian I-16

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  1. otftch

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    #1 otftch, Nov 25, 2011
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    Here is an I-16 Mosca captured and tested by the Japanese in China. The kit is an old Revell from the sixties to 1/72 scale. Plane is tiny, only a four inch wingspan.
    Ed
     

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    Very nice, the 1/48 is tiny enough!
     
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    Nice work, Ed.
    Your work always look simple but real.
    Awesome skills.
     
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    nice one Ed, can't imagine the size in 1/72 as my 1/48 was small enough for me !
     
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    Good one Ed. I remember that kit back in the 1960s, and yes, it's tiny !
     
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    That's true Terry. It is still sitting in a box in my stash waiting for progressing as I started the model a long time ago.
     
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    Proving one doesn't need a one hundred dollar kit to have a great build.
    Makes you want one to fill that little corner in the cabinet....

    very nice.
     
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