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PZL P.11c (MasterCraft 1/72)

December 6, 2014 in Aviation

There is not much to say about this kit – an old one from Poland, reboxed by MasterCraft (or MisterCraft) nowadays with a new decals (not good anyway) . A lot of sanding, filling, scribing an so on. But, it’s the good old kit from the past, so if you like Heller or Monogram classics – probably you’ll like this kit too.

Painted with Agama authentic acrylic colors, weathered with Tamiya pigments.

Thank you!

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13 responses to PZL P.11c (MasterCraft 1/72)

  1. That looks sweet Dmitry, and small compared to the Zippo.
    Well done mate.

  2. These diminutive Polish aircraft always have a distinctive look. Nicely presented.

  3. Sharply built Dmitry. Can always count on you for an aircraft that is not seen often.

  4. Nicely finished and photographed, Dmitry…thanks for the comparison pic. 🙂

  5. You turned out a little gem Dmitry, well done all around.

  6. Never saw that pattern before, … makes sense in terms of its efficiency and simplicity. A fuselage, a wing. Errrrr, I do not see anything, errrrrr, make it a gull wing!

  7. That is a very nicely done model, indeed, but it is not a P-11c, it’s a P-7, the P-11’s predecessor. Sorry.

  8. Great work, Dimitry. As said above, a little gem, that turned out great !
    Build this type years ago from an ancient Revell kit.

  9. Thank you for your comments and attention, guys!

  10. Great build, good to see more Polish subjects on the site.

  11. I’m a little late joining in, Dmitry, but, I agree with the other comments. it looks sweet!

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