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Spitfire XIV & V-1 1:48 Academy & Revell

December 13, 2012 in Aviation

This model is made ​​quite spontaneously, just a box in the closet lying too long))). All will recall product from the Frog – Spitfire-14 and V-1, in the 72nd scale? So, I wanted to do something similar.
Spitfire asked some of my alterations, I put the resin nose and propeller blades from Quikboost, vacuum canopy from Squadron, well, figure pilot compilation of several figures. The prototype aircraft chose squadron-leader N.Kynaston known that he had destroyed most V-1.
German wunderwaffe is a product from Revell\Monogram, with it also a bit tricky. Homemade stand, legs bent from scraps telescopic antenna. That’s basically all, I hope you enjoy the work.

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7 responses to Spitfire XIV & V-1 1:48 Academy & Revell

  1. Very good idea, neatly finished model and what a cracking first photo! Congratulations! Thanks for sharing. /M.

  2. Another finalist for December’s contest, in my opinion. Outstanding idea and well done. Very nice display, Maxim.

  3. Very nicely realized diorama. Excellent workmanship on both models, particularly the Spitfire – the pilot figure is really superb.

  4. Thanks a lot, guys!
    By the way, I forgot about the pilot, I add photos.

  5. Wonderful display, Maxim. The models are just beautiful and the information on the base is a very nice touch. Every time I see footage of V-1 shootdowns and tip-overs the hair on the back of my neck stands up.

  6. Great idea that is very well executed all around.
    Very good work on the pilot too.

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