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- Fri Nov 30, 2007 1:24 am
- Forum: General Discussion
- Topic: Caproni Vizzola F.5
- Replies: 8
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Documentation is hard to find on this particular aircraft. It is a neat looking plane, with quite an elegant semi eliptical wing. They were powered by the same Fiat A.74 engines as used in the G.50 and C.200. Only the prototype had the fully enclosed canopy. The 14 pre-production aircraft had revise...
Checking on Italiankits site I can see the following: Cunarmodel Ca135 and RCR Ba65 The nearest to the Ca133 are RCR's Ca101 and Broplans Ca111. Broplan also do a range of SM.75's (and the SM.87 floatplane variant) Azur released a Ba65 K14 variant Italeri are to release an S.82 soon, I think! Dekno ...
- Sun Sep 09, 2007 3:59 am
- Forum: News
- Topic: news from aliitaliane -Aer. Macchi M 33 - 1/72 resin kit
- Replies: 5
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.and the aircraft on which Miyazaki based the so-called 'Savoia S.21' in his Porco Rosso animation!
- Fri Apr 20, 2007 1:47 pm
- Forum: WWI
- Topic: WHOA! C'mon folks, WWI is fascinating! (Caproni Ca3 kits?)
- Replies: 8
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It would appear that Italeri have a Ca.3 kit in development. I spotted it on Hannants website in their Future Releases section. It's 1/48th scale, which would mean a wingspan of just over 18" or 450mm! Not sure if the expensive AJP Maquette 1/48th scale kit is one of the OOP kits you refer to. I thi...
Dujin released a 1/72 resin kit of this aircraft a year or so ago. Despite not being 100% accurate, as the fuselage did not feature the venturi effect, its still fun to build. Not sure if its still in production though.
- Fri Jan 05, 2007 3:15 pm
- Forum: Color and Camouflage Schemes
- Topic: Fiat CR 32 of Col. Grandinetti
- Replies: 11
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I know this is a rather late relpy! On page 16 of Postiglioni's Colori e Schemi book there is a photo of a partially camouflaged Cr.32, with camouflaged wings and an aluminium fuselage. Could it be that in this instance panels on the foward section of Grandinettis fuselage are unpainted (possibly as...
I am in the middle of working on the Italeri 1/48 Cr42 AS kit for a short SAMI review article. The only thing that lets this kit down is the poorly rendered fabric effect. I have looked at several online in-the-box previews which suggest a combination of sanding/filling as a work around. I thought I...