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Hasegawa’s Hurricane IIc in 1/48 scale by Tony Prince.

May 17, 2014 in Aviation

A very nice model kit; the second one I’ve built of Hasegawa’s. Straight out of the box except for the canopy. The RAF in the CBI theatre seems to be largely forgotten & had to soldier on with outdated equipment long after more modern fighters were introduced into Europe & the Mediterranean. Hurricanes in Burma & India were worked hard, but did the job until Spitfires & Thunderbolts arrived. This is my small tribute to the men who flew them.
For those who like bases, I’ve used Woodland Scenics materials & resin figures to dress it up a bit. Paints are Gunze. Clear matt finish is Polyscale. Open canopy is a vac-form from Falcon’s RAF set.
Hope you like it.

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12 responses to Hasegawa’s Hurricane IIc in 1/48 scale by Tony Prince.

  1. Very nice Tony. A forgotten war is some aspects.
    Great pics as well.
    Well done Tony.

  2. One of my favorite Hurricanes. splendid finish.

  3. Fantastic. Love the SEAC finish. Great job Tony.

  4. Shows that Pacific sun weathering.
    Nicely done.

  5. Really nice work Tony. The overall effect is very realistic.

  6. She is a stunner! Like the figures also.

  7. beautiful…i love those little blue national markings…ah mountbatten

  8. Yup that’s a good looking Hurri. Great all round.

  9. Great job! I love SEAC subjects.

  10. Beautiful-particularly like the treatment that you gave the underside. Masterful.

  11. Tony,
    This is outstanding. I really like everything you have done with this. I am impressed with the scheme and the mini diorama.

  12. Great model, Tony, it’s always good to see some of the rarer colour schemes.

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